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A senior at an ivy league college, who depends on scholarships and working on the side, gets accepted into the secret society The Skulls. He hopes it betters chances at Harvard but The Skulls is not what he thought and comes at a price.
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Duncan is a depressed 20-something who has just lost another job. He makes extra money by letting out his flat for his brother's romantic trysts, but when a job comes up as a caretaker in his grandparent's building he takes it. His grandfather has Parkinson's Disease and he and his wife have a caregiver whom Duncan finds compellingly upbeat. As they begin a tentative romance, and Duncan spends more time with his grandparents, he begins to face his feelings about the early loss of his father. A moving drama, set in a frigid Minnesota landscape.Written by
it could be a beautiful film. high acting, charming story, precise nuances, romanticism and drama in right doses.but, I admit, for me it represents an experience. for its honesty, for the delicate exploration of nuances of fundamental pillars of life, for science of detail and, sure, for inspired music. it could be the film of Kiefer Sutherland who does a magnificent role but it is a sort of question about the values of spectator. it could be the film of Joshua Jackson who becomes more than a nice promise but it is more. it is perfect movie for reflection. well made, profound and useful, it is a must see it. for a motif who has not place in words. maybe, for an experience.
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