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It's, you know, so she won't look out the window and see me and get scared.
Great, so, instead she'll be scared she's going to be hit by a torpedo!
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Well, I thought that the film was very sincere and realistic. It did a very good job of eloquently expressing a few relationship situations. The cast did a great job at drawing me in. All the characters were believable and the writing was very heartfelt. I specially like Carla Gugino's character, Amy. I wish I knew someone like that.
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