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Uncross the Stars

posted by Nell Minow

This is an affecting little film that is worth a look on DVD. Dan Gillies (“Spider-Man 2″) plays Troy, a young widower bereft and isolated by the death of his wife. A letter she left asking him to build a porch for his Aunt Hilda (Barbara Hershey) takes him out into the desert, where she works in a medical clinic. He meets an assortment of quirky types including some very high-spirited senior citizens and a mysterious cowboy (Ron Pearlman) and learns from them that loss and life and love are all both more and less complicated than he thought.



  • RJG

    Unbelievably good movie!

  • George

    I cried. . .I laughed. . . :-)

  • Richard G

    This movie was excellent!!! I laughed and I cried and had a good time.:)

  • Brad

    I loved this movie! It really sneaks up on you. Don’t miss the ending. It’s a real winner! A+

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