Surprisingly, a very good movie. At first, I thought it was a bit strange and was unsure of why I chose to watch it... but once the movie carried on, I was drawn in. The story line, all though a sad situation, was inspirational and uplifting and humbling. I also truly enjoyed the references throughout the movie that illustrate how, even though we do not see it, we all effect other people's lives. Just our presence in them, can change the lives of others. As small as making them smile - or find a dollar on the floor because we stalled them for a few minutes - to saving their lives by keeping them busy long enough to avoid a car crash a few moments before they reach that intersection. We are all interconnected.
Overall - I recommend this movie to all!!!
It's a nice way to slowly be brought back down to reality, to accept what is going on in your life, to live in the Now, and enjoy every moment... whatever it may hold. Life is as it is, and we are as we are. In each life and each us, there is beauty and love... and endless possibilities and limitless potential. There is peace, joy and love surrounding us at all times, we just have to open our eyes to it. There is no right or wrong. They are subjective and each person has their own right and wrongs for them.
Here is a synopsis and review from http://www.suite101.com/content/one-week-movie-review-a99155