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Jennifer Love Hewitt,
Nick Moon Stephens,
I recently saw the first public screening of this movie at the Santa Barbara Film Festival in February, 2010.
The beginning of the movie was a bit slow and a little misleading, but I think that is what made the movie so great at the end. It is totally unpredictable. Tom Sturridge was the main character and he is absolutely going to be a new up and coming star after the film is released. Rachel Bilson did a wonderful job as well and the rest of the cast was quite good. It definitely was a tear jerker, you will find yourself blubbering by the end of the film. Overall, feel good movie that will leave you wondering about the little things in life.
Go see it. :)
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