This movie is a great look at how people cope with loss. Matt Damon who plays George Lonegan tries to live a normal life. However, as he soon finds out sometimes you need to reach out and help people. Even if means sacrificing some of yourself.
In the story the characters have suffered a loss or survived an ordeal. They then feel disconnected from those who do not understand the complexity of how they feel or understand how to help. George Lonegan has a childhood illness that then leads him to have psychic powers. He however wants to lead a normal life, his brother Billy has different plans for him he want him to be the next John-Edwards-celebrity type. Marie LeLay, a TV reporter, emerges unharmed from 2004's Indian Ocean earthquake, she then starts to feel her Parisian existence slipping away from her. In addition, in London, a kind young 12-year-old Marcus loses his twin, Jason, only to end up in foster care. While George reaches out to a lovely, insecure woman he meets in a cooking class, Marie writes a book about her experience, and Marcus seeks spiritual guidance. Somehow, all three find themselves in the UK, where they cross paths. This is an interesting and intriguing movie that asks the question is there life after death? Be sure to buy yours today.
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