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(164) 6.4 83 min 2017

Emily is a movie starring Rachael Perrell Fosket, Michael Draper, and Sonya Davis. A young married couple struggles to stay together after the husband suffers a crisis of faith.

Starring
Michael Draper, Sonya Davis, Brian Sutherland, Rachael Perrell Fosket
Genres
Drama
Director
Ryan Graves

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama
Director Ryan Graves
Writer Kelly McCrillis, Ryan Graves, Ryan Graves
Stars Michael Draper, Sonya Davis, Brian Sutherland, Rachael Perrell Fosket
Country USA
Runtime 1H 23M
Description A young married couple struggles to stay together after the husband suffers a crisis of faith.

Top reviews

Thursday, 20 Aug 2020 10:26

I had the privilege of seeing this film at the Ottawa Film Festival. The movie is written, directed and produced by a woman. I am not familiar with the movie but had read about it on a few websites and learned that it was about a woman who had a close relationship with her mentally handicapped son. I decided to see the movie and was surprised that it was not a Hollywood movie. I have not seen a film about a man with a disability before and this is not a movie about a disabled man, it is about a woman. The movie was shot in black and white and the acting was excellent. It was a real pleasure to see a movie with an emotional impact and a sense of humanity. The movie was also a delight to see a woman play a very different role than she is used to playing. It was a breath of fresh air to see a woman playing a disabled character. I am not a disability advocate but I am familiar with the struggles of people with disabilities and I was impressed with the portrayal of a mother who has a very close relationship with her mentally handicapped son. I was also very pleased to see a woman play a role that she is not used to playing. I feel that the movie does not paint a good picture of mental illness in Canada. In fact, it portrays it very realistically. There were many scenes that were very realistic, some scenes that were very dramatic and some scenes that were very dramatic. I hope that more people will see this movie and then learn about mental illness and see a more realistic portrayal of it. I highly recommend this movie and would like to see more movies that are realistic and that show the everyday struggles that people with mental illness face.
Wednesday, 08 Jul 2020 17:57

When I first saw this movie I was amazed. I think it is one of the best movies I have seen in a long time. I think it is a movie that needs to be seen by all to understand the power of love and faith in this world. In the beginning it seems like it is going to be a boring movie but as the movie goes on I can tell that it is a good movie. The story is about a young girl named Angela who has lost her mother and father. She is lonely and is not a very good person. She wants to be a great person but she is not the best at everything she does. She wants to be the best and she does not want to hurt anyone. One day she sees a book that has a lot of prayers written in it and she decides to go read the book. The story is about a girl named Annie who is very religious and does not like to have her father around. Annie finds out that her mother is having an affair with her father and is leaving her to her mother. Annie decides to leave her father and she gets a job in a hospital where she works with a sick person. Annie starts to be friends with the person that she works with and she finds out that he is a very good person. She decides to stay with him and they live together in a home. Annie starts to fall in love with this person and she becomes a very good person. As the movie goes on you will start to believe that this person is a very good person and she is not just a bad person. I think that this is a very good movie and I recommend it to anyone who wants to see a good movie.
Saturday, 25 Apr 2020 00:02

In a time when movies are shot in black and white, and directors are more concerned with spectacle than storytelling, a movie like this has a kind of timeless quality that's hard to find nowadays. It's an important movie to me, as it was when I was in high school, and it's also a movie that gives me a reminder of the life I used to lead. In that sense, it's one of those movies that will stay with me, even after I've seen it for the second time. The writing is amazing. The dialogue is sharp and witty. It's not one of those movies that you're going to be able to explain to people. But you can explain to yourself. And, by the way, it's not just a love story. It's not just a story of a young man trying to fit in. It's a story of a man who has to come to terms with his feelings, and of a father who is willing to let go of everything to make his son happy. He's not only the best actor, but he's the best character. The director does a great job of creating a world that feels real. The visuals are also great. The movie is also very well-paced, and never slows down for a second. It's always exciting and always interesting. And it's even more interesting because it's so true. There's nothing false about this movie. It's not a movie that tells you how it's supposed to be, or what to expect. It's a movie that tells you what it's like to be in the shoes of a troubled teenager. It's a movie about how the world can be, and how it can hurt people. And it's also a movie about the way we all get wrapped up in our own world, and how we can be paralyzed by the way we perceive the world. It's also a movie about how we all need to be able to let go of our own personal demons. It's not a movie that will teach you about relationships, or politics, or life. It's a movie that will give you a reminder that, in the end, the only thing that matters is your own happiness. You're not always going to have everyone else in your life, and sometimes you're going to need to let go of people who are important to you, and even if you don't want to, you'll have to. And in the end, that's what matters. I think that's what makes this movie so special


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