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Academy Award(r) Winner Diane Keaton (1977, Actress in a Leading Role, Annie Hall) delivers one of the most dynamic and astonishing performances of her career in this moving story about the bonds of friendships, the strength of a mother's love ... and the power of letting go. With the simple phone greeting "Surrender, Dorothy," Natalie (Keaton) and her daughter Sara (Alexa Davalos) share the most intimate details of their lives. But when Sara's life is tragically cut short by a car accident, Natalie's grief is compounded by a shocking discovery: she may not have known her daughter after all. Determined to unlock the secrets of her daughter's heart, Natalie travels to the ramshackle beach house where Sara spent her summers and camps out with Sara's friends, including longtime childhood pal, Adam (Tom Everett Scott). But can she capture her daughter's essence and, more importantly, find a way to heal?
All about relationships of all kinds. Some characters were a bit stereotypical but all well-acted & believeable..Published 3 months ago by wis gert
Possibly the worst movie I have ever seen.
Diane Keaton plays possibly the most clueless, self-absorbed, uninterestingly unlikeable character I have ever seen. Read more
I don't understand how a talented actress like Diane Keaton manages to end up in dire movies like this one. Read morePublished 11 months ago by rickshayne
With the simple phone greeting "Surrender, Dorothy," Natalie (Diane Keaton) and her daughter Sara (Alexa Davalos) share the most intimate details of their lives. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Taheen Lopez
good movie, Diane Keaton was very good, I bought the movie becuase Chris Pine was in it. Not his best work but the mover was much better then I thought it would be.Published 21 months ago by chuck