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I just watched this film on the Lifetime Movie Network. Corinne Bohrer and Mo Gaffney are absolutely fabulous! ;) For an indie low budget film, this is a great production with an totally engaging story. I can imagine with a more substantial budget this film would have been a theatrical success. Film does a really wonderful job portraying the emotional and physical roller coaster women endure when they are faced with the challenges of starting a family. Finally, a film about infertility that isn't a total downer. The writer and director obviously have experienced this subject matter because the story is heartfelt. Jonathan Penner in perhaps his best role ever! The fertility statue scene was priceless! Also, loved the music. Did I detect Ursula 1000? Cool!!!
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