I've just seen the film 'My Sisters Keeper'. It's the saddest film I've ever seen.
One thing it made me think, was that it's the simple moments in life - the time we spend with our family and friends that are the most important. I think, when we get old and look back on our lives, they are the ones that we will remember. I guess, I work extremely hard, I can become extremely narrow minded and put all my energy into the one thing. I sort of saw myself in Sara (the mother), who became so narrow minded. I mean, her child was dying which I think must be the worst thing one could possibly go through in life, so I can understand her actions and I think it's just natural instinct for a mother to do what she did. But it was those simple moments, like going to the beach a few days before Kate died that meant so much to her (Kate).
I think I need to step back, and just enjoy life more. That's one thing I got out of it anyway.
Just interested to hear what others got out of the film?