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Outstanding and heart breaking film.
Cheesy performances and some subtleties asided, this is a fairly moving, realistic depiction of inner city poverty. Plus, Mos Def!
A young mother who lost her job and her little daughter. This is definitely an image for a single mother who has to kept her child and do anything she can do to keep alive. She has to wander to many places to get a better home and job but, everything seems fall apart. She does anything to make their life better but, the result is not as same as she hoped. This is a very good movie criticize problems related to poverty.
its sad, but justa standard sob story....
This movie will break your heart. The ending is so well done. This is truly the saddest movie I have ever seen.
This movie was so sad. I watched it in my child development class! It really makes you think about things.
i loved it. <3
Five stars for Mos Def. Mare Winningham needed a haircut.
A film which illustrates the terrible cycle of poverty that exists in the United States.
Very sad movie - what drives a mom to abandon her child - poverty, depression - good movie, sad
this has great effects