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This is actually one of the most real and honest movies I have ever seen. Love makes the people in this movie wake up. The characters are brilliant, the acting extraordinary. I think this is an amazing film that shows the struggle of human beings and that when people open their hearts to love, love comes to them. It is about being open, accepting, and fearless in accepting Love when it shows up in your life, no matter what you have been through before. A wonderful lesson.
I think this deserves a 10/10 and very few movies deserve this. I guess people could not appreciate this movie because they themselves have a closed heart.
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