The Door

The Door
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Carolyn

Touching and tragic.

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Jay

Hauntingly realistic.

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claire

the human face of disasters; sad, tragic, makes you think

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Joan

very Moving and Tragic Thank you for reminding us of the horrible event

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BOBBY

Moving & heartbreaking. A fun movie.

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Henriette

Poignant, tragic, sad, thought provoking. Lives lived daily with dignity in midst of suffering.

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Karen

Poignant. And a reminder of this nuclear legacy that continues to haunt the world.

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Karen

Poignant, beautifully shot. The inevitability breaks your heart.

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Albino

What a sad story.

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Tejas

Brilliant direction. Beautiful acting. Tragic story.

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Chelsea

Even though I could see where the story was going, it was very powerful. Everyday people going to great lengths to get through each day with dignity.

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Leif

well said, to have a shred of human dignity from our past we are now criminals for it.

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Emily

Very moving.

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