True love forgives all
This is a beautiful life and love story of a single mother in her 30's, played
by Nancy Travis (Three Men And A Baby, Vanishing), who is diagnosed with
cancer. When Doctors tell her of her fate, she is faced with making a
lifetime worth of memories with her only child, in just a few short months.
She takes her daughter to live in a small town so she can spend time bonding
with and loving her. When a free spirited, handsome, younger man,
beautifully played by Scott Bairstow (Lonesome Dove, Party Of Five), comes
into her life, she gets more than she bargained for. Falling in love is not
in the rules... fortunately, sometimes rules are meant to be
"My Last Love" is a life story about true love and a love story about true
life. This movie, to me, showed that if you truly love someone nothing can
take it from you. You can find your best friend and soulmate in anyone.
Love knows no age. Love knows no illness. If you are fortunate enough to
find it, grab onto it and hang on with everything you've got. Don't give it
up for anyone. Five minutes of being really loved is worth whatever risks
you have to take. True love lasts beyond a lifetime.
Superbly written, directed and acted, this tender story is a must-see for
anyone who believes in love.
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Great Movie! makes you wanna cry !.
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Who in the world expected it to be this good?
My roommate and I were bored, and it was on. That is the sum total of why
we watched. And okay, Scott Bairstow played a factor. But we really didn't
expect much. And we were absolutely floored.
The story is of Susan, a woman in her late thirties/early forties suffering
from cancer who moves with her daughter from Chicago to California because
she wants to be close to home and her parents when she dies. She doesn't
want her parents, loving but controlling people, raising her 11-year-old,
Carson, but has no one else. In California, she meets Michael, a
26-year-old busboy with no goals who she takes to be a fluffy airhead. Much
to her surprise, he turns out to be intelligent and, as she puts it, "has
depth." After learning of her condition, Michael tries to run from the
mother and daughter, but moves on to become an integral part of their lives,
providing both with true love as Susan prepares to die.
These were honest-to-goodness three-dimensional characters, who grew and
learned over the course of the movie. The emphasis was on people surviving
difficult situations and growing beyond themselves. The one plot point that
could have spiraled into maudlin triteness was the obligatory custody
battle, but instead was turned into a chance for all concerned to grow as
characters, and was handled more tastefully than any such situation handled
on film in years.
I will say it again--I was floored by the honesty and truth in this
Nancy Travis, Scott Bairstow and the girl that played the daughter give
stunning performances. All are complex and multi-faceted and will truly
Watch this movie. What could have been a sappy movie-of-the-week instead
stands as a true work of film..