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Daniel is preparing an exhibition of his work from the world's war zones. When Sebastian learns that this exhibition may display photographs of a massacre in his village, he finds Daniel and appeals to him to exclude those photographs.
Based on the novel by Camilla Gibb, Lilly is an English child abandoned in Africa, forced to flee Ethiopia for England amid civil war. There she befriends Amina, an Ethiopian refugee, and they begin a mission to reunite scattered families.
Yahya Abdul-Mateen II,
When a rebellious teen embarks on a solo summer journey to connect with her roots, she finds herself in a new world, geared up for the ride of her life, and discovers she had the drive in her all along.
Shaun Paul Piccinino
Grace Van Dien,
Sean Patrick Flanery,
After surviving an IED explosion in combat overseas, a young soldier with the Army Motorcycle Unit is medically discharged with a broken back and leg. Against all odds he trains to make an ... See full summary »
This film is truly a gem, strange that it went so quietly and not reviewed; based on a true story, the film deals with the daily problems of disability in all its angles, facets, problems; the cast is well established, the lead role is of Aaron Paul who does a really good job, but also the supporting cast that sees actors like Lena Olin, Tom Berenger, Shannon Lucio, Jeff Daniels and a rediscovered Tom Sizemore. The film was shot in 2011 and it is not clear why it only came out in 2020, perhaps problems of distribution; in any case it is an excellent film, very touching, even photography does a good job; definitely worth seeing, highly recommended.
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