#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Ann, 23 years old, lives a modest life with her two kids and her husband in a trailer in her mother’s garden. Her life takes a dramatic turn, when her doctor tells her that she has uterine cancer and only two months to live. She compiles a list of things to do before she dies.
Plot: A fatally ill mother with only two months to live creates a list of things she wants to do before she dies without telling her family of her illness.
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a weepie par excellence
Really, this film should be too much to bear. An attractive young mother discovers she has 2 months to live and sets about trying to make use of her time doing things for herself and the people she loves; but keeping her diagnosis to herself. The film intentionally concentrates on the start of this period, allowing it to soft-focus the pain, and from a certain perspective, everything works out with an almost synthetic convenience. And yet this is a great film. All the performances are spot on (even Debbie Harry is great against type), and it’s full of humour, not black death-defying humour but the life-affirming humour of everyday life. Additionally, the film is wonderfully constructed, both in the skill with which it moves between scenes and also in the larger way the story in told (the entire plot is structured around an eventual suicide that is only implied) – cloyingness is averted through the confidence the director has in the tale and the cast. Death is surely never this romantic, but in its own way this film is as harrying as Mike Nicholls’ ‘Wit’. A painful film, but one that makes you glad to be alive.
Beautiful and Sensitive Movie
The young Ann (Sarah Polley) has a simple, but happy life with her husband Don (Scott Speedman) and her two daughters, Penny and Petsy. Ann works as a janitor in the nightshift, cleaning the rooms of a university, Don builds swimming pools and they live in a trailer in the backyard of Ann’s mother. When Ann goes to the doctor expecting to be pregnant, she is informed that indeed she has a terminal cancer, lasting a maximum of two weeks. She hides the information from her family and prepares for her death, making a list of ten outstanding subjects in her life, including preparing tapes for the birthdays of her daughters until they are eighteen years old; eating and drinking whatever she wants; telling only the truth; finding a new wife to her husband; visiting her father in the penitentiary; and making love with another man.
When I started seeing this movie, I immediately recalled Michael Keaton’s “My Life”. But indeed, only part of the storyline, regarding a terminal ill person preparing for the death, is similar. It is impossible not adoring “My Life Without You”. The first point for loving this movie is the outstanding direction of Isabel Coixet and performance of the cast, having inclusive the uncredited and magnificent participation of Alfred Molina, as the father of Ann, in one of the most touching scenes along the film. I do not know the criteria of the Academy to select the nominations for the Oscar, but I believe Sarah Polley deserved at least a nomination for her acting. The story, although dealing with a delicate theme, is very beautiful, sensitive, positive and never corny, due to the sensibility of Isabel Coixet. The two young girls (Jessica Amlee and Kenya Jo Kennedy) are amazing, being very natural and convincing in their performances. The soundtrack, with sad but lovely songs, completes this wonderful film. I have never heard about Siamese babies of different sexes, but I am not sure whether it is possible. My vote is eight, but I am not sure whether I am being fair.
Title (Brazil): “Minha Vida Sem Mim” (“My Life Without Me”)
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 46 min (106 min), 1 hr 47 min (107 min) (Argentina)
Genre Drama, Romance
Director Isabel Coixet
Writer Isabel Coixet, Nanci Kincaid (book)
Actors Sarah Polley, Amanda Plummer, Scott Speedman, Leonor Watling
Country Spain, Canada
Awards 16 wins & 15 nominations.
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Arriflex 16 SR3, Zeiss Ultra Prime Lenses
Laboratory Madrid Film S.A., Madrid, Spain
Film Length 2,896 m
Negative Format 16 mm (Kodak Vision 250D 7246, Vision 500T 7279)
Cinematographic Process Super 16
Printed Film Format 35 mm (spherical) (blow-up)