Instinctive mutual attraction brings Josh and Amanda together, but when that initial attraction blossoms into a rich romance, and the two decide to start a new life and a home together, secrets from the past emerge.

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Tony Barbieri

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Tony Barbieri
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Nathan Wetherington ... Josh
Stef Willen Stef Willen ... Amanda
Jenny Gabrielle ... Sarah
Sean Kaysen Sean Kaysen ... Bobby
Bre Blair ... Samantha
John Colton ... Phillip
Diana Kay Cameron Diana Kay Cameron ... Evelyn
Cindy Baer ... Lucinda
Tammy Dahlstrom ... Allison
Christie Insley Christie Insley ... Sue
Damian Cecere ... Oscar
Randy Lowell ... Counselor
Michael Liberty ... Doctor Ricci (as Michael A. Liberty)
Barbara Costa Martins Barbara Costa Martins ... Veronica (as Barbara Costa)
Serria Tawan ... Rachel
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Instinctive mutual attraction brings Josh and Amanda together, but when that initial attraction blossoms into a rich romance, and the two decide to start a new life and a home together, secrets from the past emerge.

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Drama

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Not Rated

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Genuine and Beautiful
25 June 2008 | by PirateOtherSee all my reviews

Em is a compelling and simple film. Subtle and beautiful, it unwraps the lives of two people struggling to come to peace with their emotions. Relating to anyone who has ever dealt with or encountered someone with a mental illness, Em is a movie that speaks to all generations.

Editing progresses the film quickly, relying on the viewer to fill in any gaps. Actors focus on relaying emotion rather than speaking lines and before you know it, you're hooked.

This movie achieves what every film should aspire to – it tells an intelligent and well planned story without any pretense. Told with the up most care, Tony Barbieri deserves great credit for creating a painfully honest film about what it means to love.


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