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This movie was...just redundant, void of any intelligence. The acting is somewhat awful. Don't bother watching unless you like wasting your time. I would have gotten more enjoyment out of staring at a wall for a few hours. And the worst thing is it has some powerful actresses yet their performances fall flat. A sad look at getting older and losing your mind. In fact I felt like I was going to lose mine. It was such a shame, the movie had potential, but just a horrible script. It was like a bad community play. I was hoping for more and I got nothing. It left me feeling empty. I love Cicely Tyson, she must be getting desperate for roles. Somebody please give her better roles....
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