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À Los Angeles, le onze ans Anna Fitzgerald cherche le brillant avocat Campbell Alexander essayer de l'engager pour gagner émancipation médicale de sa mère Sara qui veut Anna de faire don de son rein à sa sœur. Elle raconte l'avocat l'histoire de sa famille après la découverte que sa sœur aînée Kate a eu la leucémie; comment elle a été conçue par fécondation in vitro à devenir un donneur; et les procédures médicales qu'elle a été soumis depuis qu'elle avait cinq ans pour donner à sa sœur. Campbell accepte de travailler pro bono et Sara obsédé décide de s'adresser aux tribunaux pour forcer Anna aider sa soeur.
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I watched this movie for the first time two years ago, three days after my preteen cousin died of cancer. Five days after my grandmother died of complications of a fall and was dieing of cancer. Both of them died within two months of being told they had at least six months. I find it ironic my sisters and I chose to watch this movie at the time. But then again in hind sight, watching a movie about a young girl dying of cancer was like talking to someone who knew what it was like without saying anything.
Watching it again two years latter only reaffirms my love and belief of the film. I read a number of negative and positive reviews. The honest truth is until you have lived that experience can you understand how complicated the situation is. And my opinion is that the script and actors handled the complex emotions extremely well. For all the negative reviewers who said Sara Fitzgerald played by Cameron Diaz, came off as a "heartless bitch" dose not understand that she was playing a desperate mother trying to save her child and was unwilling to stop fighting to save her life. I rate her performance as excellent. Having all the nuances of being partially neurotic, desperate and in denial. The film showed many truths, and showed perfectly how people hold strong and fall apart all at the same time.
Again, I have not yet read the book. But I feel that all of the characters and the script were handled incredibly well. The movie gives you a complete and complex picture of how a family falls apart and comes together again. How younger siblings can bind together stronger that what is expected. How parents can accept the death of a child who accepts death first. Even how accepting that it's time to go... while not exactly a beautiful concept, somehow those who loved them and are left behind understand and open their hearts enough to let them go.
Honestly this movie touches on all the things I have personally experienced and still touches me. It brings tears but at the same time it reminds me of the strength my young cousin had and what she faced, all while remembering it's okay to mourn the loss. Just as it's okay to remember the good and the bad.
As a final note to lovers of the book... you will never have the same feeling for a movie adaptation as you did the novel. Remember it is an adaptation. It will never have the detail of the novel due to time and genre. But in this particular case I must say that if you can not see the value of the movie and all it represents, I doubt you can understand how those who have experienced similar situations, in real life, can connect to the film. And you should respect that. The author believed in the film adaptation as should you.