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lisa

i'd absolutely watch this again. take a chance and watch this!

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c

Loved it!

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Yvonne

well done; loved the look and feel of this movie!

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Norman

Beautiful, moving story with some top-notch acting, especially the mother. Some great street scenes of NYC, too. The final scenes between mother and daughter... big lump in my throat.

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