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Conrad wrote and performed one of the songs on the Watercolor Postcards soundtrack called "Sometime Tomorrow". See more »
Because, every time I see you, it takes my breath away.
And when I'm not with you, my heart aches for you.
So, if you think I'm going to leave that, after I've looked for it my whole life, you ARE crazy!
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Written by Conrad Goode
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A beautiful story about life,love and caring for others.
This film was intriguing and the actors were very convincing. It appeals to all age groups; from assisted living to age 10 and up. Sunny and Butch aroused an interest as to what and how the film would end. The plot was carried out very well!! Would like to see more of the actors in another film. The relationship between Sunny and Cotton seems authentic and progressive as the situation would actually happen. One really feels for Cotton and wants to help resolve the situation. Jonathan Banks is always a treat and nice to see in a different role.The same with John C. McGinley as a completely different character. Butch and Cotton really click; you want to make everything all right for them. Very well written in that one did not know who was going to do what. Cotton's performance at the end brought tears to my eyes....very believable. Really liked the film a lot!!
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