Movie: Time To Leave (2006)

Time To Leave DVDDeath approaches. Now and then a story reminds me that no other premise is needed, this is the engine of drama itself. When a story dispenses with the usual embellishments, though, it exposes itself to the pitfalls of cliché and sentimentality. This film avoids these traps with simplicity as well – with a believable character in a modern setting. If the character is believable, we can’t help considering how we will engage death’s call ourselves.

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