65_RedRoses (2009) - Rotten Tomatoes

65_RedRoses (2009)





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This Canadian documentary is a moving study of the ravaging forces of disease and the healing powers of friendship. Directed by Philip Lyall and Nimisha Mukerji, the film follows 23-year-old Eva as she waits for a double-lung transplant that will ease her cystic fibrosis. Helping her cope with the emotional and physical tolls of the disease are two fellow patients she knows only through the Internet: 22-year-old Kina, who is dealing with the aftermath of her own lung transplant, and 19-year-old Meg, whose situation is complicated by inadequate access to healthcare. ~ Sandra Bencic, Rovi

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A bittersweet documentary offering an intimate look at the lives of several families touched by Cystic Fibrosis.

May 6, 2012 | Rating: 4/4

Audience Reviews for 65_RedRoses


Unfortunately the DVD version forces you to hear an intro from Oprah which detracts from a truly touching story of a young woman seeking a double lung transplant. A wonderful showcase of a truly wonderful person.

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