American Playhouse: Season 1, Episode 11

Pilgrim, Farewell (23 Mar. 1982)

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A woman suffering from terminal cancer determines to resolve several relationships in her life, especially with her daughter.

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A woman suffering from terminal cancer determines to resolve several relationships in her life, especially with her daughter.

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A life-changing movie that deserves to be seen again
26 August 2001 | by (california) – See all my reviews

This is a movie powerful enough to be life-changing. I saw it on PBS and have looked and begged for it to be re-run (in any venue) since. It may be Christopher Lloyd's best part, played with warmth and realism that could only come from personal experience with cancer or an end of life tragedy.

Not a contrived tear-jerker, this is a movie hard to turn away from and one that left me with feelings of empathy and understanding.


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