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Everlasting Moments

Everlasting Moments
March 11, 2009
by Roger Ebert

Rarely is there a film that evokes our sympathy more deeply than "Everlasting Moments." It is a great story of love and hope, told tenderly and without any great striving for effect. It begins in Sweden in 1911, and involves a woman, her daughter, her husband, a camera and the kindness of a stranger. It has been made by Jan Troell, a filmmaker whose care for these characters is instinctive...

Read the full review here.

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Yep, I'm drawn more and more to the Sundance Channel because they run masterpieces like this one pretty regularly.

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