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Jelena

It was a great movie showing friendship and genuine respect for one another

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Kathy

Great friendship

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Maryanne

Great movie.

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Papyllion

Reminiscent of my time in NY, the options are so open for who you can connect with and how

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Irene

I am really appreciating films directed by women. I have had quite enough of the other.

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Eve

Lovely and sweet.

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Maryellen

I have seen this movie. It is excellent. They come from cultures so different, yet so much the same! A lesson in getting along with others in life.

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Ellen

I loved this movie. Uncomplicated and heartwarming with a bit of a surprise ending.

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Armida

done very well.

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Harry

Excellent!!

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