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An Angel for May (2002)

Tom travels fifty years to the past after discovering a time machine. He meets May, a little orphan who needs help. Now that he knows his friends' fate and his own, he will try to reorder the events and change their history.

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Sam Wheeler
Charlotte Wakefield ...
May (Aged 10)
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Tom Collins
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Bob Harris
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Sniffer (as Michael McNulty)
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Rosie
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Barbara Collins (Mom)
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Alison Wheeler
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School Team Captain
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Evelyn
James Joyce ...
Big Kid
Daniel Mason ...
Short Hair
Jonathan Bradd ...
Sir
Andrew Foxcroft ...
Number 2
Ashley Rhodes ...
Small Boy
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Tom travels fifty years to the past after discovering a time machine. He meets May, a little orphan who needs help. Now that he knows his friends' fate and his own, he will try to reorder the events and change their history.

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Drama | Family | Fantasy

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23 December 2002 (UK)  »

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Un ángel para May  »

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Sweet film
24 May 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is a very sweet film, about a young boy who is able to time travel, but he does so for his friend, May. There were some interesting surprises,and the plot left you always wondering. It is sort of like a MUCH nicer "Butterfly Effect", but still, all in all not the same, but MUCH better. I would recommend this for adults and children alike, and the children may not understand at first, but the message of kindness and caring will surely come through, as May's Angel is a young boy himself. While they have Irish accents, the cast is not hard to understand at all, as they have a very light brogue, and not the heavy accents you see in some movies. Highly recommend to see, if you get the chance.


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