The Unloved

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Mary

The child who plays Lucy is terrific. Sad tale of how mistreated so many children are in the world.

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Geoffrey

A film that is a sure setup for sentimentality, curiously avoids it. While "sensitive" these days is almost solely reserved for condom advertisements, this film was, in the very finest sense, sensitive. A hint: Hell is for children. Shame on all of us.

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