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A beautiful movie with beautiful people who bring it to life...
'The Keyman: Finding Redemption' is one of the most touching movies I have ever seen. I could tell the director put a lot of time and effort into making this film come to life. The whole cast was outstanding and true to reality. I felt I could connect with them on many levels.
Adam Baldwin stood out to me the most. He portrayed a tortured soul so well that throughout the whole movie I wanted to help him in any way I could. I felt his character's pain and guilt from beginning to end. Director Daniel Millican's choice for the Keyman was perfect and I don't think anyone else could have played it as wonderfully as Adam did.
In my mind this movie deserves an Oscar for best film and an Oscar for best actor. I truly feel that all the people in reach of a V.C.R or DVD player should see this beautiful movie and the beautiful people who brought it to life.
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