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Life Itself | Review


It’s hard to quite say whether there’s an audience for whom Dan Fogelman’s new film will wholeheartedly work. Anyone who can swallow the mawkish, muddled sentimentality that drives Life Itself will surely find its propensity to brutally slaughter major characters off putting. That said, this is not nearly so bad a feature as some might have you believe – barring, perhaps, a bewildering transatlantic shift mid way through. The ambition here is, at least, to be admired.

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