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A Time for Dancing (2002)
This is one of my all time favourite movies. Speaking as someone who hasn't read the book, the movie said it all. The dance routines signify Jules struggle with the cancer, every time she has chemo she is doing what she always did, she danced the dance in her head. She let the dance, dance her. That was her way of coping, the only way she knew how.
Larisa Oleynik played Jules brilliantly. She captured the essence of the struggle, the pain, and how she wanted to live what she had left her way. I lost count of the amount of times I cried during this movie. As far as I am concerned, this movie was touching, the acting was respectful and accurate.