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Moonlight Mile
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Directed By
Brad Silberling

Written By:
Brad Silberling

Jake Gyllenhaal, Dustin Hoffman, Susan Sarandon, Ellen Pompeo, Holly Hunter, Bob Clendenin, Jim Fyfe, Mary Ellen Trainor, Allan Corduner, Holly Hunter, Careena Melia, Aleksia Landeau

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Moonlight Mile (2002)
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Movie Review by Leslie
September 4th, 2006

I found Moonlight Mile to be an interesting movie. The main charactors, Ben (Dustin Hoffman), Jo Jo (Susan Sarandon) and Joe (Jake Gyllenhaal) are all living in the same house after Ben and Jo Jo's daughter, Diana has been shot and killed in a freak accident in a small restaurant. Joe is Diana's fiancee and were to be married around the time of the shooting. Joe has come to stay with Ben and Jo Jo to support them thru the funeral and to find closure with Diana's death. Dustin Hoffman's portrayal of Ben, the grieving father and understanding husband I thought was very well done...Susan Saradon as Jo Jo did an excellent job playing the grieving and very angry mother...and Jake Gyllenhaal as Joe was very convincing as the very confused and hurt fiancee who can not figure out exactly what he is doing there...there is kind of trick ending but all in all I found this film to be deeply moving, sincere and it had an impact on me as a Mom...no parent should have to outlive their children...it is just not natural. I would recommend this film to just about anyone...

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