artisanal film reviews | by maryann johanson
Sat Aug 27 2016, 09:39am | 2 comments
Deborah Hall, the original of the character played by Zellweger here, died of cancer, and the other two “wrote” the book about her afterwards once she couldn’t contradict the way she was portrayed. So it’s another example of men’s stories about women too. (I assume that the film won’t be able to resist the urge to do cancersploitation as well as Christsploitation.)
The actual writer of the book, Lynn Vincent, also wrote Going Rogue and Heaven Is For Real.
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