So Much So Fast (2006)
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So Much So Fast tries hard to imbue Stephen's story with a life-is-fleeting wonder. In fact, it tries too hard.
It retains an upbeat air of hope, and even humor, as two brave men battle fate.
Affecting, slightly overextended film.
This vigorous documentary offers a five-year record of 29-year-old Stephen Heywoods battle with A.L.S., or Lou Gehrigs disease.
Condensing years of filming down to 87 minutes makes every cut register with a pang of mortality: The temporal ellipses swipe away precious weeks and months in a flicker.
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I found this very insightful and inspiring. It is about just a regular guy, who wants to stay alive as long as possible to watch his baby grow, and enjoy his family. He also surely loved technology. There was quite a bit about the very determined brother who loved him. The dynamics of the family, friends and the research group formed were expressed very nicely in this. I didn't find it a downer at all but quite compelling. [img]http://images.rottentomatoes.com/images/user/statusicon/forum_new.gif[/img]
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