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All of this is played out with poignancy, realism, humor and touches of poetry by a devoted and varied cast.
What's most striking about the film is its meticulous attention to detai, authenticity, and tight focus: This is the story of 3 ordinary guys, not war heroes, who happen to be in wheel chairs; Jimenez based the script on his personal experience.
A paraplegic squares off against fear, anger, loneliness and despair.
A film of stellar performances. Stoltz is nothing short of sensational.
An experience from a gifted writer telling a story from personal experience, as opposed to some hack culling together a melodrama about how sad it is to be crippled.
Stoltz does a good if not great job of telling the store of Neal Jimenez and his experiences in becoming paralyzed. As I said, good, not great.
Good performances, and actually quite funny in places.
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