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I would say that this is a good to very good film. It is quite believable, almost too much so. The father and daughter (the daughter is Paige) are portrayed incredibly realistically. It is nice to see this type of portrayal of a teenager for once.
The brother is good too as the character who returns with a hidden agenda...to get his sister to look around herself and to admit that she is clinging to a past and present that isn't real, only made up to suit her own denial. It takes patience at times, but the movie is well worth it in the end.
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