Having to face the death of their father, Eddie and Sally try to do their best at understanding the concept of death. At their tender ages of 8 and 10, they fully rely on their father's ... See full summary »

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Having to face the death of their father, Eddie and Sally try to do their best at understanding the concept of death. At their tender ages of 8 and 10, they fully rely on their father's religious teachings. When life in Heaven seems ideal, the kids make a decision that nobody could or might have expected. Written by TrivWhiz (edited for grammar and context,)

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"Beautifully shot and moving: two young children looking for a way to deal with their father's death" Oaxaca FilmFest

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Short | Drama | Family

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23 May 2015 (USA)  »

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Coming to Terms - The Story of Sal and Eddie  »

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The train "studio" or rail yard used in "Coming to Terms" has also been used in many other movies, such as Inception (2010), Knight and Day (2010), and Unstoppable (2010) in 2010 alone, and over 400 films, TV shows, and commercials through 2015. This "heritage" train line is actually an operating "short line" railroad, the Fillmore and Western Railway (FWRY), located just outside of Los Angeles, in Fillmore, California, USA. The rail yard is actually the terminus and headquarters of FWRY, which operates various tourist trains, such as Christmas Tree Trains, the North Pole Express, the Day Out with Thomas (the Tank Engine), and the normal schedule features weekend excursions, dinner/barbecue trains, murder mystery trains, and shopping excursions. It is also known as "Home of Hollywood Movie Trains" because most of it's engines and passenger cars (rolling stock) was originally owned by the major movie studios, such as 20th Century Fox and MGM, among others. Although FWRY owns it's rolling stock, they do not own the tracks, which they lease from the Ventura County (California) Transportation Commission. See more »

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Mná na hÉireann
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Written by Peadar Ó Doirnín
Composed by Sean O'Riada (correct Gaelic spelling - Seán Ó Riada)
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