The Story of Luke

The Story of Luke
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charles

The ups downs of life are difficult to portray but the cast carried the feelings with well.
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Violeta

beautiful movie

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Stephanie

I laughed out loud so many times and was touched so deeply by this movie. A+.

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Susan

"The Story of Luke" started out slow, but was totally enjoyable. Great acting by all the actors, and lots of food for thought. A great little movie!

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Anonymous

This was a very thought provoking film about life as a person that happens to be autistic.

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