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happiness lost, then found with a condition attached!
my reaction while watching this story was that i cared for dax & olive. they seemed so happy and well suited to each other. but as in all relationships trouble raises it's ugly head and happiness begins to crumble.
this crumbling happiness doesn't happen because some outside force falls upon them - it crumbles because they do it to themselves. thus a once 'happy' life gets tarnished. their quiet little marriage becomes loud and sorrowful. what will happen to dax & olive?
and that is the question you will leave with after watching this flick. it's a simple story that likely happens everyday around us - but we don't see it. perfectly fine loving people making the wrong turn in life.
a beautiful movie!
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