To: Dr. Scarpetta
In a strange sort of way I found myself nervous to see it and rightly so. On the day I knew I was going to see it (Wednesday) I told myself from time to time "This is going to be rough." I was trying to gird myself so that I wouldn't cry - I'd heard enough to know what was coming. I was going to see it with my sister and I didn't like that - I wanted to be able to cry if I wanted but I wouldn't do that if she was next to me. I get teary in movies from time to time but I don't tell my sister or my parents. But fortunately the theater was so crowded we couldn't sit together. After the movie I emailed my parents to tell them to see the movie, and I told my father I wept. I felt very good after I told him that. There is something in this film that makes things different.
posted on 02/28/2004 5:32:50 AM PST
(Don't ask me, I don't know)
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