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Based on a true story, great movie about how food matters more than medicine or drugs.
A little movie with heart and a powerful punch of a message.
It's about the diet that saved my life saving other people's life.
A passionate and beautiful story, First do no harm is incredibly infused with love, hatred and truth all in one. It tells the story of a young boy whose born with a disorder which has quite a nasty effect on others around him and he lands them in trouble and sometimes he is quite unsteady. Once grown up, he still can't control his feelings, and ends up injuring his father at just 10. Then he is given to hospital authorities for the better of his own sake. It's a very emotional story which has some good cast especially Meryl Streep, although I just felt the film could've stepped up more to its trademark because at the end I was still missing a stellar ending and not everything was solved. Although it is definitely a beautiful film
Maybe I shouldn't have watched this sad movie today, but it was pretty damn good. Meryl, as usual, shines in everything she does & this is no exception. She's just mesmerizing to watch at work. The little boy who plays Robbie is INSANELY cute & he's so good in this movie. I could just eat him up.
Menino com epilepsia, cuja mãe luta por um tratamento alternativo (dieta cetogenica), apresetando dificuldade para liberacao médica.
Meryl is impassioned in this story dealing with an important and little known issue.
It's a 1h 34min advertisement for a specific product.
This was a sad movie but good
A first rate TV movie that is hard-hitting and, at times, difficult to watch, but well worth the effort. Seth Adkins is amazing as the young boy.