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(313) 4.8 80 min 2017

Great Great Great is a movie starring Sarah Kolasky, Dan Beirne, and Richard Clarkin. A young couple's decision to get engaged threatens to break them apart.

Starring
Dan Beirne, Sarah Kolasky, Richard Clarkin, Meredith Cheesbrough
Genres
Drama
Director
Adam Garnet Jones

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama
Director Adam Garnet Jones
Writer Sarah Kolasky, Adam Garnet Jones
Stars Dan Beirne, Sarah Kolasky, Richard Clarkin, Meredith Cheesbrough
Country Canada
Also Known As Harika Harika Harika
Runtime 1H 20M
Description Beyond his current unemployment and that he doesn't seem to be working very hard to find a job, Lauren Frank, the assistant to the manager of Module 45, a shared work space, and urban planner Tom Anderson outwardly have the perfect "vanilla" relationship, now going on five years and at the stage of cohabitation. While Tom does have that view, Lauren, below the surface, is feeling uncertain about her life including with Tom. Two things shake up that life for Lauren. First, her parents, Carol and Matt Frank, announce, to Lauren out of the blue, that they are getting divorced, but will still live together, basically turning their relationship from one of life partners to platonic roommates. And second, she gets a new boss in the form of David Paolini, a one time fling before she met Tom. The only reason that there was not a future for her and David five years ago is because he was married at the time, and perhaps because of their age difference, he twenty years her senior. David makes it quite clear to her that he wants to continue on where they had left off five years ago. With these stressors in her life, Lauren overcompensates by trying to make her life with Tom even more vanilla perfect, which may only compound the emotional problem for her instead.

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Sunday, 30 Aug 2020 19:29

It's been a long time since I've seen a movie that is so emotionally wrenching and realistic. I felt the same way about this movie when I watched it. It's about a woman who is diagnosed with late-onset Alzheimer's Disease. She has an incredible amount of support and can't even remember how to get out of bed, let alone the things that she used to do for the living. She has no memory, so she doesn't have a lot of contact with the outside world. Her husband has made a decision to not go to a nursing home, but to put her into a home. She is not going to be able to work and the apartment she has just moved into is full of junk. She can't afford the gas money to get to the nursing home. She just doesn't have the energy to take care of herself. She's now in the hospital for four weeks and she can't remember the name of the place where she will stay. She starts getting flashbacks of how much she loves her family and how much she has changed. The fact that she can't remember anything about herself is terrifying. She can't even put food on the table. This movie was like the first step in helping her. She gets to go to a psychologist who explains to her that there is a medication that will help her forget all about her. She starts taking the medication and the flashbacks stop. The next thing she knows, she wakes up. She starts talking and she starts to remember her life. She was a good mother and a loving wife. She was going to take care of her children and she did all she could to make sure that they got what they needed. She did everything she could to make sure that they had the best quality of life. When she woke up, she was the same person that she was before she got sick. She is just like she was before. She doesn't have the energy to do anything but go back to the hospital. She can't even remember how to get out of bed. The flashbacks come back, but they are not as bad. They just make her feel sad, but it doesn't make her want to die. The flashback is more of a reminder of what she used to be. It makes her think about the people that she used to be with, and how she used to love them. She has great support from her family, who all love her unconditionally. It's just an amazing movie. It shows you how one person can change the world and how important love and support are. It's a great movie and it's definitely a movie that I will definitely watch again.


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