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Dave

Nice looking pooch! I like the blanket with the puppy dog tracks.

Michael

I just showed this film to my classes.

I was struck by the unique depiction of a man searching for answers--usually in this type of film a man would resort to kicking down doors, beating people, and shooting lots of bullets. Justin is fatally injured from the moment his wife is murdered and his one serious quest is to understand who she was and what she was doing. A key to the ending, which many people struggle with... he has found what he is looking for and doesn't want to join the long line of killers ... he has come to his wife's understanding of the world in which sometimes one must put their life on the line for what they believe in.

I originally saw this film on the big screen and the colors/cinematography were brilliant/dazzling... have you seen his previous film "City of God"? Highly recommended!

chipmunk

I love collies. Had adopted an older one a few years ago. Sadly, he passed away.

Mrs. B

CUTE pictures! I love all dogs! The Westminster Kennel Club dog show is on for the next two nights and I will definitely be watching! (o:

h sofia

Agreed. I love this movie. What a love story - about a woman in love with the truth, who is fearless. I cried quite a bit, too. I adore Rachel Weisz

tastaturen

I am a Lassie fan and as you can see I personally own a Border Collie. I am glad to see you pointing out that these animals are true workers and are not going to do well in a couch potato enviorment.

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