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…it reminded us that Emery’s love and faithfulness still reverberated through the world. That love may linger in the memories and lasting example of a beloved friend. It may also walk up to us in the guise of a stranger. But no matter what, love is never lost.
The film is a simple exploration of primarily white, upper middle class, mainstream “C” generation individual and family values. The only thing that is subtle in this film is God’s appearance in the form of intimacy, developing trust, forgiveness and reconciliation and redemption.
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