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3/10
Not a comedy, not a drama. Just a dud.
rfs-188855 December 2020
So many things were bad, with the acting, direction, and editing leading the list. The original music was good, however, even though it was misused. The staff meetings were simply stupid. This was a terribly misguided attempt to deal with a difficult subject.
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9/10
Both Good & Sad
clopezjr12 November 2020
This movie is both incredibly good and equally sad. Spoiler alert. t takes place in a hospital and the emotions are real and they are raw. Prepare to cry
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6/10
Not great
am-by27 October 2020
A movie with some very emotional moments and was full of good intentions. But it played more like an average tv series than a movie. Personally i didnt find the whacky doctor funny at all , more very irritating. As a script it probably looked good but definitely a tv movie rather than a cinema release. When you start thinking of how you'd review a film half way through you are being unfair but your also your bored.
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10/10
My heart!
melodyschiaffino28 September 2020
So hard to watch but so true about the loss and pain and beauty of cancer. It's such a touching tribute to the pain and triumph of patients. Such an important film!
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3/10
Depressing
lorikatzin25 December 2020
Not helpful. This could have been handled so much better. Depressing rather than providing a more insightful look at handling death and dying in the medical profession.
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10/10
Joy in the sadness
sheyennefrederickson14 December 2020
A beautiful story of pain, joy, sadness and love that we call humaness. It portrayed so well the unique merging relationship of patients and medical workers with their very distinct colliding struggles. The producer tactfully captured a true story you not only get to watch, but also feel a part of. The comedy isn't found in crude remarks or distasteful jesters but in the raw struggle of joy in the sadness.
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