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Win, Again! (1999)

When accused of a major crime years ago, a man went on the run. Now that he has been exonerated of the deed, he has trouble reconnecting with the wife he abandoned and his embittered son.

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When accused of a major crime years ago, a man went on the run. Now that he has been exonerated of the deed, he has trouble reconnecting with the wife he abandoned and his embittered son.

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Well-acted, "feel good" movie; laced with humor, wisdom, & humanity
11 January 2007 | by See all my reviews

My reaction to this movie was one of surprise & delight! I had no idea that Canada's Gordon Pinsent wrote such poignant screenplays. The premise of the story is intriguing, however, it is definitely a film for lovers of drama, not action. Acting is superb. The characters are interesting & evolve in fascinating ways before our eyes. The film is full of messages about life, hope, and human nature. There is a lot to smile & laugh at here, too. I hope you will take the time to discover this little gem!

It appears to have been written for TV or the stage & contains fade-outs appropriate for television commercials or scene changes. I watched it on commercial-free TV & this was the only thing that I found mildly off-putting.


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