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Andy Spader has been happily married for 13 years, with two teenage children, when he meets a younger woman, Claire Holmes, after going to investigate a break-in at her travel agency shop. Having told his wife that he is leaving her, he learns that Claire has just discovered that she has an inoperable brain tumour and has only a few months to live. Written by
The movie borrows its title from the Macy Gray song "I Try": "I try to say goodbye and I choke/Try to walk away and I stumble." See more »
[talking about Andy and his new girlfriend Claire]
Your dad wants you over at the weekend.
I'm not going anywhere near that bitch!
Petra. How many times have I told you? It's "that *minging* bitch".
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There have been mixed reviews about Walk Away and I stumble, but I have to say that I enjoyed it.
The first part was a bit fast paced, moving the story along too quickly, and there was no chemistry between Claire and Andy. But, the concluding part made up for all of that! It was a heartbreaking story and you end up having sympathy for all the characters. I had tears strolling down my face at the end. There are no bad guys in this, and thats what makes it different to other dramas... Fantastic acting all round, especially the two leading ladies; Tamzin Outhwaite and Julie Graham, when they were together. Kate Bush's song 'This Woman's Work' was a good touch too, it fit in perfectly with Claire's situation.
It was a nice dedication to Tamzin's younger cousin, James Balwdin, who passed away with Cancer earlier in the year.
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