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The plot may sound boring, but the movie in fact moves along at quite a good pace in spite of that. Although he only occupies the screen for a total of about 15 minutes, Chad Lowe's character LeGrand is the key to the entire movie. This is a definite drama, so don't expect any laughs because there aren't any. All in all, one of Lowe's better big screen performances.
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