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Christine

Another great short! Along with Skin and the Phone Call, all 3 excellent.

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T. Marie

jeeeeezus. not a feel good film, but a well told story

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ELIZABETH-ANNE

Tragic and heartbreaking. I worked in foster care and adoption for years and one case is sadder than the next. :-(

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Linda

Gritty; last frame is heartbreaking.

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