Based on a true story. Kennedy Hansen is a funny, loving child but inexplicably she begins to fall. It takes years for the diagnosis...Juvenile Batten Disease, an extremely rare, terrible and terminal prognosis. There is no cure for Batten Disease and after living only sixteen years, Kennedy leaves behind a great legacy of love and friendship. But her story doesn't end at her death, that's when the miracles really begin.
Parts of the movie were filmed in the real life Hansen family home. See more »
I love my friend Kennedy
I loved this movie so much. It was as realistic and true to how it happened as possible and those bashing it need to know the family before they have a say in how it happened.
royjsampilo: I'm sorry that their true story isn't Hollywood Plastic enough for you.
Bookwormsrus: Basically, you're saying that you would have liked the movie more if the casting was false to make them black, right? That's what it sounds like.
iamoliviacole: The family helped with the casting. The movie is how it happened. When you can say that you went to school in Plain City Utah at Fremont High School than you can say that the movie was unrealistic and "BAD" as you put it.
Stop bashing on a true story about someone you don't know. Not everything has to be Hollywood Plastic.
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