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A note giving applause for the movie, the writer and the actors.
I watched the movie tonight and truly loved it. So much so, that when it was over, I looked to see who the author was so I could tell her how much I enjoyed the movie. It was so different, yet so real, and so beautiful. Thank you Julie Brazier for writing this story and whoever made it into a movie for television, thank you too. Also the actors did a wonderful job. The only face I recognized was "Sarah"...but all did an excellent job, including the small parts. As I wrote that sentence I recalled something I was told when I was in my 1st play. There are no small parts, only small actors. This movie had a host of wonderful actors doing a marvelous job portraying a story that really reached out to the viewer. I just wanted to say thanks again. I went on the internet to see if she had written any other movies or maybe a book. I found this site, so I hope word gets to her to let her know how much I enjoyed her movie.
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