When Emily, a librarian-to-be, is assigned to tutor Mateo, a struggling undergrad, in American Lit, they do not get along; but when the discussion turns from classics to confessions, they ... See full summary »
During a downpour, a generous ronin and his supporting wife are stranded at a country inn. The ronin comes to the attention of a lord who wants to hire him as an instructor for his men, who treat the ronin with disrespect.
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
Its young, its fresh, it different, and worth watching !
I enjoyed it, it is not the typical Hollywood cancer movie (already worth the time), it is slow, emotional and touching. filming, close ups, long shots, and the soundtrack is hypnotizing! very unique and dramatic.. I do think it worth watching..
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