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José Ramón Ayerra
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Nolan Gerard Funk
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Desire (Full Mix)
Performed by Dave Not Dave
Written and Performed by Dave Bassett
Published by Know Your Writes
All rights exlusively administered by Kobalt Songs Music Publishing See more »
Has the feel of a higher budget Lifetime movie that, for me at least, wasn't a hardship to watch.
"If I'm gonna do this then I need to know what I'm really capable of." Four stories of the relationships between mothers and daughters are explored in this movie. The stories involve deception, adoption, abortion, re-connection and of course love. This is a hard movie for me to review, mainly because I am a man, and a father. Not saying that I can't relate to this movie, or these stories, but because it had the feel of a Lifetime type movie and it just isn't my thing. This was better quality, and had a better cast than most of those type of movies but the overall idea and feel felt like it could have been on that channel. The acting is actually really good and everyone plays their part perfectly, which really adds to the emotion the movie is trying for. Even though the movie wasn't aimed toward me it wasn't bad, but a movie that women, mothers and daughters, will love a lot more than me I think. Overall, has the feel of a higher budget Lifetime movie that, for me at least, wasn't a hardship to watch. I give this a B.
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