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Estranged from his parents by circumstance and nudged toward a foster family, a young boy seeks out his long-lost folks and discovers prodigious musical talent in this family-oriented drama from Disco Pigs director Kirsten Sheridan. In the aftermath of a passionate night together above New York's Washington Square, a charismatic Irish guitarist named Louis (Jonathan Rhys-Meyers) and a reserved cellist named Lyla (Keri Russell) are forced apart by fate. Despite the fact that they do not remain together, however, their ...

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HsSrvnt

Oct 6, 2009

Makes you cry.

Awesome movie and music. Neat thought is that God will always look for us and find us no matter where we are at, or what we've gone through.

Shalako

Aug 6, 2009

Feel good movie

This movie made us feel good. An orphan's odessy to reunite with his parents; the time jumps are a little confusing until you've seen it a few times. The theme uses music as a euphenism for a psychic connection between the child and his parents. His journey starts as rather sad but progresses steadily to a happy ending.

ESDWilliamson

Apr 29, 2009

Very Inspirational

This movie is highly inspirational and moving. It grabs your attention from the very first scene. Freddie Highmore is such a fine actor that transports you into the head of a boy with a sense of hope and destiny. Along with the talents of Robin Williams, Keri Russell, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, and up and coming singing and acting talents of Jamia Washington this movie is definitely one of my favorites and I highly recommend it as an inspiring family experience.

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