The mental and emotional trials of a young man suffering from terminal cancer, and the loved ones he will ultimately leave behind. The dynamics of love earned, life to be lived, and dreams shattered are explored as the strength of a few is tested in a very real story about letting go. "Only when you learn to let go, does the beauty of life and everything in it reveal itself."Written by
Unconvincing moments that the film really needed to hang on.
Terrible acting on the whole. Lazy editing or only 4 hours of film to work from? Might be fairly provoking for a young teen who never watched a film of this nature before.
The music is odd, I'll-fitting and misjudged. Its there I think to try sew together completely disjointed scenes.
The female lead does an okay job but I think this would be better shot in a poor house with ugly actors. That would be less twee and would make me work for it.
Apart from that positive, I couldn't wait for him to die.
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