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I don't know how you could come here every day.
It's easy. I go to... I get up in the morning. I go to work. That's it.
So do I. That's it.
No, what you do isn't work. It's...
Well, it pays my bills - and sometimes yours.
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This film is dedicated to Suellen and William Crano. Who are great parents. See more »
I was first drawn in by the poster to watch this film. A friend of mine had recommended it and I thought I would give it a chance. I was looking to watch a film that made me laugh and cry, and this is exactly what this film did! I am a fan of Carrie Preston and Rebecca Hall as well. I am now a fan of the other actors as well! Everyone fit their role so wonderfully! The plot moved along very nicely and I was surprised to find myself so emotional after I had just been laughing at something in the prior scene. I wish there were more independent films like this. A wide audience can identify with each of the characters. A beautiful film.
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