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me and 15 year old dd loved it, not really for younger ones. If you see it, wait til the end of the credits and you get to hear some of the original tapes!!
I loved it too! We debated taking our 12 and nearly 11 year old dds to see it but just went with dh in the end. I'm glad we did, I think it's a bit too long and drawn out for most dc that age.Really lovely film and so interesting.
oh yes, and its got a lovely ending.
I absolutely loved it!!
Thanks. they can put up with sad as long as there are funny bits. They're not keen on totally serious, bleak films.
It's really sad and depicts illness so depends if they would be upset? On the other hand it's really good and very very funny in places.
Oh good. I really want to see it. is it suitable for DC aged 11&12 do you think?
Oh my god. Had mixed feelings but ended up me and friend crying real years! It's really really good.
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