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Dianne

I enjoyed this movie very much. Don't over analyze, just enjoy the simplicity of the characters. I appreciate the lack of over acting and melodramaty!

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Jonathan

I really wanted to like this; Eliott is wonderfully honest as the grizzled has-been but the director doesn't seem to know what to do with him. Edna St. Vincent Millay? Serioiusly? Repeated shots of ocean waves and empty hills? It's too bad because in the hands of a competent director who was ...Read more

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Nadine

Excellent , quiet, lovely.

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Laurel

Wasn't interested in another May-Dec romance, but nevertheless, watched it for Sam Elliot. Another one that I "waited" through, but could not appreciate. Elliot could have handled more substance. (Mistakenly thought this was listed under comedies.)

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Sylvie

I enjoyed this movie, puts a lot of things into perspective. Some moments were a bit hard to watch but overall it was really good.

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lvbjblond

Fantastic movie about life turns and changes 10 in my book

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Brian

"It ain't over till it's over."
Yogi Berra

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