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I Will Follow (2010)

Chronicles a day in the life of a grieving woman, and the twelve visitors who help her move forward.

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Chronicles a day in the life of a grieving woman, and the twelve visitors who help her move forward.

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Love from all aspects in this film
10 October 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I Love this film it is really touching and then it takes a turn, I Love the fact that Omari resist Sally like a real man should that is a turn on to me to see a man stand strong and do the right thing regardless to what his flesh is saying. I Love it!!!!!!! More men and women need to learn from this and gain self discipline and practice doing the right thing and not let the flesh control our actions. this is a really nice film. I enjoyed it a lot. I enjoyed the tension that was between the cousins and also I like the way that whole situation was handled by Sally. Overall I Love this film as mentioned before. I would like to see more films like this one(Mature, Grown, Serious Etc...)


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