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I'm sure that better days will come!

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I feel you Marcus. We are living in sad times, but it'll get better. We have to believe that, right? ;-)


This movie was released here last weekend (because the 9/11 of course).

Well, I left the Movie Theatre about 1 hour ago, and I'm still sick.

That's an excelent movie with an, unfortunatelly real, sad history.

I can't understand the the mankind. God bless us.


Cheyenne Jackson's a hunk indeed, but I guess the whole film must be very sad indeed. I don't know whether I could cope with such strong emotions these days. Not in a movie theatre, anyway.

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