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Louder Than Words (2013)

PG-13 | | Drama, Family | 1 July 2014 (USA)
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After the unexpected death of their daughter, a couple work to build a state of the art children's hospital where families are welcomed into the healing process.

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Stephanie Fareri
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Dr. Lansen
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Brenda Fareri
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Bruce Komiske
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Lydia Thorsby
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Eddie Stolzenberg
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Nick Spano
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Michael Fareri
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Maria Fareri (as Olivia Steele-Falconer)
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Julie Fareri
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Tough Guy Trucker
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After the Fall is inspired by true events and tells the poignant story of grieving parents who used the unexpected death of their young daughter as inspiration to build a world class children's hospital. The hospital not only keeps their daughter's memory alive, but has also gone on to help thousands of children and their families, eventually becoming the template for all children's hospitals built thereafter. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Family

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Rated PG-13 for brief strong language, some thematic material and smoking
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Maria's Wish  »

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Production was stalled a full week due to the massive destruction of Hurricane Sandy, from October 29 to November 2, 2012. See more »

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When the little girl picks out the "Otherwise" CD in the beginning of the movie, the song that comes on after she inserts the CD is "Crimson." The only problem is that the CD they showed is Otherwise's self-titled debut album from 2007. Crimson didn't come out until their 2012 hit album "True Love Never Dies" See more »

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Let's Talk About It
Written by Alexandra Caselli
Performed by Alex Caselli Trio
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This isn't bad at all & worth watching. A little slow in some parts & lacks some sort of emotion to keep you fully vested
17 August 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

"They may have lost their glue but they never fell apart." John (Duchovny) and Brenda (Davis) Fareri are the parents in a loving family. They have four kids and careers that make them happy. When their youngest daughter is taken to the hospital the doctor says there is nothing to worry about so the parents hang out waiting to hear what is wrong. When things take a terrible turn and their daughter dies the family is thrown into chaos. John comes up with an idea to build a better children's hospital with better facilities and care then they received. This initially causes more family tension. I will start by saying that this movie isn't as sad and depressing as it sounds. I went in thinking this was going to be like Patch Adams. This is actually more like Extraordinary Measures. While the reason for the father wanting to help is awful this focuses more on what they do to help rather then dwell on the death. The movie isn't bad at all and is worth watching it is also a little slow in some parts and does lack some sort of emotion to keep you fully vested. Overall I movie I do recommend because I love true stories but you need to be in the mood for it. I give this a B.


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