Be Here Now was an extremely emotional journey. Part of the grief has stayed with me after the film. More than once I, along with neighbouring audience members, was covering my mouth, as the couple received the latest of their lymphoma examination results. I developed a real connection with the young couple. They come across as extremely charming (as do their two children) and totally in love with each other. Despite the fact that you are aware of Andy Whitfield’s passing, you find yourself willing him to get better throughout the film along with him and his wife. They were on multiple hopeful roads to recovery only to have things worsen when it became clear that the cancer was a malignant genetic disposition that couldn’t be gotten rid of.
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