I waited to see this at home for two reasons- 1. There was no way I could drag my husband to see it, and 2. I expected to cry buckets and prefer to do so in my own home. I was right now both accounts- not my hubbys choice in movies, and quite a tear jerker.
Sandy delivers the best acting I think that we have ever seen from her- and inspires everyone to do something about the wrong in the world. All of the acting was above par. Quinton Aron also suprised me- for a part with so little spoken words, he was moving and gave a clear story. Who knew that Tim McGraw could act this well also? The movie has inspired me to purchase the book- and be a little better person.
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