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Reach for Me

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Comedy, Drama
Release Date:February 19, 2010
Running time:100 minutes
Cast:Seymour Cassel, Alfre Woodard, Johnny Whitworth, Lacey Chabert, Adrienne Barbeau
Director:LeVar Burton
Producer:Charlene Blaine
Writer:Michael Adams
Distributor:Amedia Vision Productions

Web Site: http://www.amediavision.com/distribution/reachforme/

Description: Dying is hell, at least for Alvin, a terminally ill widower confined to his hospice bed with nothing to chew on but bitter memories. The wonderfully irascible Alvin correspondingly makes life hell for everyone else around him. The world observed from his hospice bed provides the final proving ground where Alvin learns to make the most of the time he has and to discover the love he never knew was so close at hand.

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