Five (2011)

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An anthology of five short films exploring the impact of breast cancer on people's lives.


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17 December 2012 | phd_travel
8
| Insightful and funny
This collection of five different stories about breast cancer directed and written by different people is worth a watch.

It's not sentimental or morose - more insightful and funny. A wide range of patients from young to old are shown and from the 60s to present day.

Liked the segments with Patricia Clarkson and Lyndsy Fonseca the dancer.

Jeanne Tripplehorn plays the linking character.

Refreshing to see a movie about dealing with cancer that isn't too depressing and doesn't all end in brave smiles and death.

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