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This film really touched me with the hard hitting scenes about drug and alcohol abuse, it shows you the real side to the affect people have on their family's and friends. I really emotionally connected to the film with the scene with his dad and his dad drinking and being abusive, yet he still has so much compassion for him and understanding in the relationship ,the bond so strong nothing could come between them. It was so magical as though someone had taking a piece from my life and put it on film. I would recommend this film for everyone to go and watch as I think so many people will connect with the film and see why everyone deserves a second chance.
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