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Sarah Rose Butler,
Rarely write reviews but feel I had to counterbalance the bad ones above. I also stumbled upon this one on Netflix. Sure glad it got a second chance there. I completely fell for this movie, it made me cry which hasn't happened in a very long time from movies. Someone complained of its being unbelievable but please which movie isn't, Lord of the Rings?. The most unbelievable part from a non-US perspective would be the parents leaving like that. But that aside I felt the story well written, the characters believable, the acting fantastic and the movie as a whole felt true and well just wonderful. Can't believe the rating (from the very few who seem to have seen it) is so low but note that Im not alone in really liking it. Interesting how people judge films so differently. This certainly struck a chord within me. If you like indie, drama and are a sucker for romance and feelgood don't miss out on this one. Luuuuved it!
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