Julie Walking Home


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An often intriguing, but perhaps over-ambitious work, Julie Walking Home examines the porous boundary between rationalism and faith, a line crossed when a young Canadian boy is diagnosed with cancer and conventional treatments fail. Hearing of a hands-on Russian healer operating in Poland, mother Julie (Otto) beats a hasty path to his nomadic door, son in tow, only to find herself stirred by his enigmatic presence. There's interesting comment on gender, generational and migrant difficulties throughout, but the success of the whole is challenged by an often frenetic assembly and a default to brisk psychology when more reflection is required.

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Good acting but fire the writter . Did he forget to write a real ending. What happened to the alexis??????? Does he want his baby????? Does ther husband know it is not his??? Was not happpy with the ending!!!! but up to that point we liked the movie