The Dive from Clausen's Pier (2005)

TV Movie   |  TV-14   |    |  Drama, Romance


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When an accident renders her fiancé a quadriplegic, Carrie faces mounting pressures that ultimately cause her to start a new life in New York.


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12 February 2006 | grgrytmmy
5
| Very Uplifting
It's nice to know that everyone has doubts about decisions they have made in their lives.. This movie was very uplifting from the point of "Mike" finding out that he COULD live without "Carrie", and eventually forgive her unforgivable deed!! Running when the going got tough! And to discover that not everyone in the movies, "Carrie" can be a hero all of the time. She got scared, and she gave up everything, because of her fear. She grew emotionally and finally figured out that there was just no way to have a real future with "Kilroy" or anyone else until she finally did the right thing and face her past. I don't think that running away is the right answer, but sometimes it is easier to face things after the dust has settled a bit. Good movie, would recommend watching it. Would have liked to see a different ending though.


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