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Sure it's low budget, but it is VERY moving. It moved me so much that I'd been searching for it in movie rental places or waiting to see it on TV again since it first came out in 2006! I finally watched it again yesterday, and I LOVED it just as much the second time! It did not seem dull or slow-moving to me at all. In fact, when it was over I thought I remembered it being a lot longer than that. And the lapses of time during the movie were so great that I almost wouldn't mind the movie being a little bit longer so that we could spend more time watching the individual struggles that the women went through. Maybe this movie is not for everyone, but I just thought that there should be a positive comment up here so that people can find out for themselves. I was incredibly touched by this movie not only because it is an emotional tale for any woman who has had breast cancer, but also because this is based on the true stories of these women!
The nicest thing about this movie, other than getting to the end
credits, was seeing Lindsay Wagner again. Her acting was decent in this
unmoving tale of a man surrounded by cancer victims.
Shot on a minuscule budget, you can't expect high production values, but the worst part is the DULL script that moves slooowly and doesn't have anything to keep us hooked.
Sure, "decease of the week" movies made for women cable channels have a built-in audience, but this one will probably lose viewers at the halfway point: getting to 45 minutes felt like it took 2 hours !
The worst crime of movie making is to release a dull film. This one is a prime example of that.
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