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Conversations with Lucifer (2011)

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Darby is a 23 year-old recovering addict headed for a relapse. On her 30th day clean, she gets a cat to mark the milestone, and the two forge an unexpected bond that saves Darby's life and sets her back on the road to recovery.

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Darby Quinn
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Jack Quinn
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Hudson
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Brooke
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Darby is a 23 year-old recovering addict headed for a relapse. On her 30th day clean, she gets a cat to mark the milestone, and the two forge an unexpected bond that saves Darby's life and sets her back on the road to recovery.

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Hope found her where she least expected it.

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Far From Here, A Place For Me
Alissa Moreno
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I loved this movie
28 May 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Shevaun Kastl is unequaled in her performance. The detail of the time period is accurate. The character played by Shevaun is a person that I would vale as a friend The costumes are awesome. The house is so perfect for the time period. The movie shows that hope is always obtainable. This movie helps people understand the difficulty in fighting self destruction. Shevaun excels in her acting and is unsurpassed in her original depiction of the character she portrays. all the settings are of the time period. a fantastic movie everyone should see. this is a film of a time period of mistrust in others and finding out you have to depend on yourself.


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