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They're With Me

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Rachel Chachkes is a neurotic, love sick 30 year-old whose broken engagement has left her emotionally paralyzed. But all is about to change when she is visited by her dead relatives who help her moving forward with her life.

  • DirectorRachel Fleischer
  • StudioRachel Fleischer
  • QualityHD

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They're With Me
Effie Kite
They're With Me Will Stay With You

I love this movie! They're With Me addresses masterfully and concisely all of our own personal feelings of nostalgia for the past, discomfort with the present, and anticipation for - and fear of - the future. Anyone who sees Rachel Fleischer's movie will immediately relate to the pain we must all experience in order to grow, and the powerful roles that family, heritage, and cultural identity play in that growth. They're With Me will stay with you!

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