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This movie is getting reviews of anywhere from a 5 to a 8, based on a scale of 1-10 (10 being the best).

My boyfriend and I went to this movie this weekend and were really surprised by the quality of the movie.  I would rate it, at least, an 8.

This film really exemplifies what being a friend to someone having mental illness can be like, especially schizophrenia.  It also exemplifies the plight of the homelessness, as well as shares in the fact that people with homelessness and/or mental illnesses can come from all walks of life..

In this case, Jamie Foxes’ character was an exceptionally gifted person that had studied at Juliard.  He loved Beethoven’s music but also shared some music by J.S. Bach, one of my favorite “classical” (Baroque period) musicians.  

Based upon a book written by Steve Lopez of the LA Times, it is definitely a must see film that will leave an impression on anyone’s soul.  If you haven’t seen this film yet, make plans to do so. :)


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