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Small, Beautifully Moving Parts movie review - CriticNic

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Published on Aug 28, 2012

In this review I talk about the new film "Small, Beautifully Moving Parts" which is written and directed by the team of Annie Howell and Lisa Robinson. The film is a funny, quirky, and heartfelt coming-of-parenthood tale following Sarah (Anna Margaret Hollyman) who's recently discovered that she's pregnant along with her boyfriend Leon. Overall this is a highly enjoyable, honest, and funny film that covers the topics of parenthood, family, and life in the internet age.

The film is now out on DVD from Film Movement (http://www.filmmovement.com).

Music in the intro is "Fish in a Tree" by Hobo (Creative commons license).

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