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This multi-award winning festival favorite features Rachel Brosnahan as Drea, a young woman whose life is just about to happen. But she is starkly alone in caring for her father, who has Alzheimer's and mistakes her for his wife. When his confusion turns to violence, Drea must confront the limits of her ability to care for him.
Brett Wagner
Rachel BrosnahanPatrick MurneyThomas Schall
English [CC]
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Nick WestrateChris ChinnPaige BettsStarla BenfordYvette Mercedes
Mynette Louie
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Andy McKinneyReviewed in the United States on January 2, 2021
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This short subject from Amazon Prime is a small in time sequence but fully realized complete Hollywood film. When we bring up an Amazon Prime video we don't often get something of this quality, but this time, Boy Howdy, we do.
I didn't know how to process this information. I wanted at times to scream in anguish. At other times I wanted to weep in despair. The movie people managed to work their magic on my emotions.
High credit to each of the three main players. All three actors were genuine and convincing. The writing, which I count as the most important part of the movie puzzle, is true and the story moving. The director gave us more than we expected. Bravo.
I cannot recommend this short, complete, terrifying, moving film too highly. Thank you, movie people.
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Jennings BernardReviewed in the United States on December 13, 2020
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It is worth a watch.
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It is worth a watch but I didn't get the ending. Someone, please explain.
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YoshibinReviewed in the United States on February 4, 2021
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Captivating 20 minutes!
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Many people would also say "I DIDN'T SIGN UP FOR THIS"! I was confused by the ending. He said her name, then the memory exercise (??) with the balls. Was he starting to recall?
Neil ReederReviewed in the United States on September 12, 2020
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A moment of compassion, excellently rendered, and Rachel is wonderful as usual.
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Amazon CustomerReviewed in the United States on December 6, 2020
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Emotional and heart warming
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This short film captures so many emotions in such an inspiring way. Great job!
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Bobbi CampbellReviewed in the United States on December 24, 2020
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Its a real short love story
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