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10/10
True Gem
nancyellenab17 September 2019
I found myself thinking about this film well after it ended. A haunting tale of both beauty and sadness. I was captivated by the performances, the imagery and the thought provoking story. A must see film!
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10/10
An Oscar to Danny Huston!!
dochito29 September 2019
Really, I mean. where is the Academy Awards Jury? why a movie like this one get no mention at all? Danny Huston is an awesome actor and he deserve to be recognized! I felt his sadness, I cried when he did, I could feel what he felt. Oscars should be ashamed for not even mention this fine actor. Danny, you are one of my favorites!
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10/10
Not to be missed by film lovers
chrismccourt16 September 2019
This rich, heart-wrenching. heart-warming film is filled with powerful performances, beautiful imagery, and a story that will pull you in completely. Danny Huston and Sarita Choudhury share their anguish in moving ways, both subtle and brave. I found myself gasping out loud and tearing up throughout this unique and significant film.
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6/10
Very sad and may bore most viewers
omendata8 September 2019
This is one of those films that you either love or hate and can empathise with or just switch off.

Yes it does come over as a bit of an arty vehicle but it does give the viewer an idea of what it must be like to have lost someone in any of the tragedies of the last few decades and it does it in a measured and thoughtful way which will not be to the liking of most of the CGI crash, bang, wallop crowd but give it a chance and you may just find it gives your soul some pause for thought!
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8/10
Research After Seeing
Intermissionman_17 November 2019
Danny Huston Directs and Stars as Tom Hammond a Book Store Owner in London whose favorite photograph is stolen along with his satchel of personal items. Tom is a somewhat bitter distant Man ever since his Son was on the Pan Am plane shot down over Lockerbie in 1988. An act of terrorism. The Film flashs back to Tom and his Son Luke as he becomes an adult and is engaged . Tom is terrorized by the memory of his Son as he had actually bought him the ticket and was waiting at Airport. Tom is very close to his neighbor a restaurant owner named Hannah and played by Sarita Choudhury who is really good actor. She is about the last person Tom has much of a connection with otherwise always withdrawn. Tom also stays in touch with Lukes Girlfriend BIRD who was also waiting for him before the tragedy, but initially only via Letters. This story is pretty sad but thanks to Mr Huston and crew I think is is very memorable. Nearly 15 years later Tom reconnects with the past and maybe finds some closure.
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7/10
Danny Huston not nominated in Oscar ? Why?
ks-6050011 November 2019
It's 2019 I watched this movie and I thought it's new and guess Danny at least will nominate in Oscar because of this movie. His encounter for a stolen photo which is a memorable piece of his past, Danny Huston nailed it as an old man desired for finding the treasure of his. Cannot believe there's no any nomination and award.
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