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A young Hungarian girl struggles to find her place in the world when she's reunited with her parents in the USA years after she was left behind during their flight from the communist country in the 1950s.
Sara is a photographer who is constantly being offered high paying commercial work, but is losing sight of her artistic nature that made her a success in the first place. Her best friend not only challenges her to go back to her roots, but he might very well be in love with her. AMY suffers a loss that has changed her life. Her mother tries to help, her brother doesn't know what to do, and her father gets her to throw a party for her dead grandfather. KATIE is an actress in an unpredictable relationship with a more successful, but less talented actor. She is trying to decide which path to follow with her career, and her boyfriend is only making things worse. BETH is a psychiatrist who keeps her secrets hidden deep inside. By coincidence she ends up at a patient's party, and it causes her to open up in a new way. The stories come together and each show us a little bit about the human struggle we all deal with.Written by
What I Wouldn't Give
Performed by Skylar Grey (as Holly Brook)
Written by Tiffany Hatermann, Jon Ingoldsby, Skylar Grey (as Holly Brook)
Published by Tigerjoy Music (ASCAP) adm by The Royalty Network, Inc. / Wild Pink Music (Ascap) adm by The Royalty Network,
Inc. / Heff A Lump Music (Ascap) adm by The Royalty Network, Inc.
Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc.
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It seems to me this film is not for everyone. But I adored it. Maybe it is because I tend to like films that tell stories that don't have infinite ends. It's a film about life, it's real. People in it fight and then make up, people grieve longer than two days, they sometimes hurt each other without saying sorry. It gives you space to imagine parts of it. It doesn't tie up every loose end.. well because life doesn't tie up all loose ends. It's about three days and you cannot expect to have all the answers after just three days. Broken Windows is a film that makes you think, makes you put yourself in these character's places and think like they do, feel like they do and understand why they are the way they are. Yes, I do admit, even I thought parts of it were strange and didn't seem to have any purpose, but all in all I liked it.
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