...and this is one of them. A group of women meet in a psych facility, and each show their strengths, weaknesses and by the end of the movie have all moved ahead, if only somewhat.
This doesn't get into the depth of the characters as "Strangers in Good Company" does, but it is also using a "show me" approach rather than a "tell me" approach. This is maybe a little more deft in its approach.
The acting is very smooth, very convincing when you consider the types of characters portrayed and how they portrayed them. Like I said: it's mostly the "show me don't tell me" type of script.
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