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Speaking with the Angel
Written and Performed by Ron Sexsmith (as Ronald Eldon Sexsmith)
Used by permission of Songs of Universal, Inc. (BMI)
Courtesy of Interscope Records under license from Universal Music Enterprises See more »
It's always nice to see a unique story. The aren't many negative reviews of this flick, and they certainly aren't deserved. While the story explores a real part of present day life - internet bride hunting - it manages to bring humanity and subtle but solid humor to the story.
The film neither justifies or explains the social phenomenon, and it doesn't have to. It does portray very realistically the lives of the characters caught in their circumstances. The acting, cinematography and direction are all great. The writing is great: a simple story (with a few fun twists) mated to complex character development. This movie is very entertaining. Certainly the producers, director and writer are all worth watching for.
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