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I saw that movie few times when I was a child and I always cried at the same scenes, especially in the one he drinks coffee in the cemetery talking to his wife grave. I always looked for it to buy - still looking, actually. I met John Ritter in this movie and followed his career from there but to me he will always be Alex and I grief his death just like I have watched that movie few days ago. It is really hard letting go, as the characters so well showed us. This movie is very dear to my heart and I really got devastated by John's death - he died in his' youngest daughter birthday and close to my own birthday, so it was all really said.
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