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I saw this movie with 150 or so of my friends and neighbors in Idyllwild, which is the gorgeous setting for this film. While I admit to being prejudiced in favor of the setting, cast, extras, and spectacular views, both my spouse and I found the film touching. We were pleased by the theme that rang true to so many of us who have been touched in one way or another by breast cancer and the climbing segments were grand. It will be nice to see if it does well from here on and I look forward to Steve's next film. Of particular note in the film was the work of Ernie Ale whose training made the rock climbers look so professional.
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