It was amazing. I was scared to death going to the movie. I was in the middle, so I saw a lot of the backs of peoples heads, so I thought at first I was the only one who got teary-eyed, but obviously not. I am so glad I went. I basically said my fear of going was mostly that I had this image in my head of it being like some "Lifetime" movie. I thought it would just show the physical beatings, and not really the emotional insanity that was caused to all of us. But he did a phenomenal job of portraying how confusing everything there was for all of us. I got very teary when the parents came to get "Tony" and he begged to stay...saying that he would try harder. That was when my Mom cried too. Anyway, if we were in the army, I would personally like to pin a medal of honor onto Nick's jacket for having the guts to put our story out there. Thank you Nick!
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