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    This is on today - haven't seen it myself - but will be watching a tragic story
    http://dreamsofalife.com/

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    Senior Member Country: Ireland Edward G's Avatar
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    Bought the DVD last year.
    A thoughtful, sensitively made film piecing together the fragments of the mysterious and intensely sad ending of a life that had glowed with promise.
    There are many documentaries out there but this is one you will not forget.
    I would urge all on this forum to watch it and then get in touch with that relation or friend you have not heard from in a while.

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    It was really good but overlong.
    I don't think she came across as all that likable really, but sad that no one seemed to be there for her in the end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edward G View Post
    Bought the DVD last year.
    A thoughtful, sensitively made film piecing together the fragments of the mysterious and intensely sad ending of a life that had glowed with promise.
    There are many documentaries out there but this is one you will not forget.
    I would urge all on this forum to watch it and then get in touch with that relation or friend you have not heard from in a while.
    So true -that's why i did the heads up

    Quote Originally Posted by midnight sheep View Post
    It was really good but overlong.
    I don't think she came across as all that likable really, but sad that no one seemed to be there for her in the end.
    I'm not sure how you could come to that conclusion about her likeability but i think it was a self imposed exile

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    This was special, sensitively done and left you at the end realising how precious life and friendship is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Freddy View Post
    This was special, sensitively done and left you at the end realising how precious life and friendship is.
    Feel exactly the same way, I purchased this on DVD last year and thought it very powerful and thought provoking as well as incredibly sad.

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    Interesting article:

    http://bluecentric.com/?p=39430

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