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The movie Plainsong was unlike any other movie I have seen. It was very good. Even though it was set in the country, I found a liking for it. Since it is a Hallmark movie though, some things that would probably be in a motion picture were taken out so the movie could keep it's Hallmark quality. America Ferrera played a role unlike any other that she has been noted for, and sweet Anne of Green Gables' Megan Follows, plays a character totally opposite of Anne. Overall the movie was very good, If it was more descriptive and showed more things, then I'm sure more people would have cried other than just me. I loved the movie a lot and I am going to buy it on DVD. If you would like to buy it, just go to any Hallmark Store near you.
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