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Author Topic: 3 needles  (Read 3924 times)

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Offline nikelover

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3 needles
« on: December 08, 2006, 03:30:21 PM »
this is a good movie for the yuletide season: One of 2005's most compelling films. 3 Needles tells the moving story of how the harshest tragedy can sometimes bring out the best in people. It is a tale of bittersweet hope and of finding redemption in the unlikeliest of places. In South Africa, a nun risks all, including her salvation, to help the helpless. In China, a father unwittingly gives away his most precious possession for a few pieces of silver. In North America, a mother makes the ultimate sacrifice to ensure her son spends his remaining days in comfort.

3 Needles will also be released on December 1 in Singapore, Brazil and France.

Offline Seven

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Re: 3 needles
« Reply #1 on: January 14, 2007, 11:52:01 PM »
Yes it was a very good movie. When the Aids Conference was in Toronto this past year, they had a film fest showing at the ROM. I went with my neg boyfriend. I liked it alot, he kinda got sick and had to leave the theatre for a while...he doesnt do very well with blood.


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