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I saw Offending Angels about one and a half years ago. Even now the memory makes me smile, and I'd love to see it again. One and a half years is a long time you might say, nevertheless I remember some things quite clearly: a beautiful story about friendship, finding out what you really want, changes in life, about love and other miracles; characters so likeable and natural; great laughter and happy smiles in the audience. Lovely and funny details and the humorous tone make every scene and second worth seeing. I know there are people who cannot enjoy a film that does not leave them with a head- or heartache. I like happy endings. Some stories are simple, often the greatest. And some films leave you with little wings, Offending Angels is one of them. On my way home I was singing (great soundtrack, by the way).>
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