Mother of George

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Nate

Timeless story, compelling performances, and beautiful cinema. I didn't want it to end.

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Barbara

A cinematic ballet that unfolds through music and color and faces to tell such a beautiful story of loving and living.

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Alan

Outstanding human drama; fascinating direction highlighting all performers. Low key yet penetrating.

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Dianne

Beautiful story I wanted it to be a series..deeply moving

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