The film had an undertone of saddness that most people have and the characters expressed scene by scene. Real people with conflicting points of view that eventually leads towards an emotioal resolution.
Deep drama about alot of subjects. Mainly guilt. Excellent cast. Remember the Aunt Meg character from the movie "Twister" played by Lois Smith. She has a nice role in "Please Give" too. New York City people might relate to characters better, that is where it was filmed.
Please skip! Great cast BUT very disappointing story (well actually no story!). Really wanted to like this movie but it goes nowhere. No depth. no reason to watch. We left and said why did we bother go. So save you money and see something else.
I can see why reviewers love this movie. It lends itself to critical acclaim. For me, the viewing public, if one were in college and your English teacher asked you to write an examination of "taking and giving," a simpler student might write "one person needs a kidney and another gives him their kidney." That certainly would cover the subject. However, if a more erudite