Stutterer

Stutterer
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Gustavo

Beautiful.

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Richard

That was sweet.

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Gayle

Cute but predictable

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John

cute but it ended too soon.

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Karen

I love a happy ending, sweet.

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Kalimah

Seems a bit strange that these things never came up in 6 months of talking with each other haha. Besides that, I absolutely loved this film -- great writing and cinematography, all around beautifully done!

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Velos y

Another beauty from NIT.

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SaraJo

I think we all have insecurities and are our own worst critics. I thought this was a sweet story of giving yourself and others a chance to be surprised, you never know who you'll meet or what could bring two people together.

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MaryAnn

Excellent story. The Stutterer worries about meeting someone for the first time; we can all relate.

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Robert

Some of us more than others. I could relate as a stutterer, although the character here is kind of a caricature in that the severity of his stutter seems a little exaggerated. I don't know how I feel about her signing at the end (alluding to her deafness). It was almost saying we should ...Read more

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John

Yes I actually wanted to see the actual meeting between the 2 with someone who was not a stutterer or deaf.

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