The last year of a man's life as seen through the eyes of his daughter. A family gathers to help care for their terminal father, son, brother. Jeffrey Betancourt is loved by his family and they try to become closer during the last days. They don't waste the time they have. I've seen it twice, cried twice. As a heterosexual, it changed my outlook on homosexuality. To show me what is right in the world. I feel Nicole's loss.
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