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Absolutely heartwarming movie
Not only could I not tear myself away from this movie, I found myself watching it again the same night when it aired a second time.
Any true Oldman fan should find this a very enjoyable movie and be amazed yet again at how chameleon-like this man is in his performances. It seems he can portray any character with any accent with complete believability.
For anyone looking for a romance that falls out of Hollywood's tired old formula and challenges stereotypes, then this is a perfect movie for you.
If you happen to have a problem watching little people live perfectly normal adult lives (family life, partying, fighting, sex,...) then I am sorry for your loss on a great movie. I particularly loved the scene where Carol visits her fiancée's family for a backyard dinner and gets the kindest responses to her awkward questions. I also loved how the character Rolfe's eyes follow her everywhere not in a greedy and lusty way but in a dreamy and tender way...as though he is amazed and in awe that someone so beautiful could learn so much and become so accepting in such a short amount of time.
Well there were plenty of great scenes but I won't detail the whole movie. I know some people had a problem with the lead being "non little" but I found myself doing some research and discovered there are over 100 different types of dwarfism. One of them is characterized by a normal looking torso and head size so maybe this movie isn't as inaccurate as some people would think...
I loved it...just my opinion.