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Well, it had potential, but only for those who need a pollyannish, feel good, everything turns out all right, comforting story to make their day. Real world, unfortunately needs a bit of help. Anyway, well acted although not much required. Major problems for those who are not intimate with the story is our young heroine has the God given ability to cheat at slot machines; mysteriously count beans in a jar along with other similar mysterious "gifts" that might have made a better story if used for humanity, etc. Also sex by institutionalized severe/profound disabled patients in a care facility in our state would have serious repercussions, but in this story is swept under the rug. Awkward editing; poor audio control; at times poor enunciation; combined with cost saving no subtitles made it difficult to follow what is important to the story - the dialogue.
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