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Although it was the music that made me want to see this movie, that is not the real draw now as I
order tickets to take my 14 year old son after I saw it yesterday. This is a great movie that hits close to home for many of us from the end of the baby boomer generation. They say history repeats itself. I saw my own father, as well as me as a father now in this movie. It is a very touching story about connections we make and need in our lives. You care about every character in this movie. The casting could not have been better. I need to see this movie again. And I will cry at a few points in the film again. Some with joy, some because of the sense of how easily we can lose what is important. If you are a Deadhead, I got on the bus late in life at 50, post Jerry, it may fill you with joy, or make you sad at what was lost.
But if you are not a fan of any of the music. It will not change your view of the movie. In the end it is about connections, both lost and recovered.
The Music Never Stopped
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