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I think the answer to my question is: "the message". As you can see from my profile I rarely give high ratings but I think this movie deserves my 9 because I left the theater richer than when I entered. This movie makes you realize that often we take for granted so many things that actually aren't and we often focus on things that are not so important. I consider myself a rather cynical individual but I deeply appreciated this movie since it delivers a pure message and is an ode to joy, life, sharing, caring, empathy and love for ourselves and for others.
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