A young man determined to be a military hero, ends up on a misguided adventure with his family and new friend Tally, which leads him to the most unlikely realization of how he can ... See full summary »
Two ex-government agents turned rival industrial spies have to be at the top of their game when one of their companies prepares to launch a major product. However, they distract each other in more ways than one.
A young man paying the rent for himself and his lifelong friends at an apartment, ends up flat-broke and resorts to selling marijuana to pay the bills - only to get caught up in the dangerous world of drugs.
This was truly a beautiful film. It took great care and talent to be able to make five stories blend together so seamlessly into such a profoundly touching story. This film was able to span every generation and touch the soul of every viewer in a unique way. Whether you're a teenager, young adult, mother, father, sister or brother each person can relate to the bonds that are formed with each character in the film. Rasario Dawson was so incredibly poignant, perfectly vulnerable & truly touching in this film. She made her character Lili into every woman fighting the fight. Each story was directed and acted with great care to paint a beautiful, gut wrenching, vivid picture of the daily struggles each person diagnosed must endure. Five is the story of EVERY woman. It was inspiring and haunting. Truly a film that every person should experience.
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