You're Not You

You're Not You
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Jennifer

What a beautiful picture! about human connection, about life and its many intricacies. I too came out of this movie with a new appreciation for life, and wish to fulfill some endeavors.

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Etta

Hillary, thank you for reminding us what really matters in life. After watching this movie , I had a lump in my throat and tears were flowing. Excellent film

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Angela

I enjoyed this film, worth watching.

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Ron

Beautiful acting from everyone! A totally must see picture! Will leave you with a tear in your eye! <3

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Juan

Thank you Hilary, Emmy, Mr. Wolfe and the whole AMAZING CAST for this beautiful gem called 'You're Not You'. Excellent Film...!

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Thembi

Much more than I anticipated.... I loved the way they rebuked the husband... Bravo...Hilary does it again!!!

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