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  • Becomes a bracing portrait of three fascinating individuals who use this work as a means to keep living. show more

  • Not so much a slice of life as the whole pie, the highs and lows of twilight living, all found and filmed in a terminal at an airport in Maine. What a country. show more

  • Watching them issue hugs produces an involuntary response. You want to hug them, too. show more

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  • October 30, 2009 RDever8708
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    This film shows how much America has grown up since I was in Vietnam. You can be against the war and love the men and women who serve. This is an inspiration to future generations on how to treat those who choose to serve.

  • August 31, 2009 vikefan
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    This beautiful film serves as an example of why the World War II generation is one of the greatest generations that ever was...and is.

  • July 17, 2009 Mediatra
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    There is even NO close second to this film. WOW