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I'll See You in My Dreams 

It's never too late to start living, says this low-key dramedy

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After her dog dies, Carol (Blythe Danner), a still-spry widow of a certain age, re-examines her comfortable, but stagnant life. She strikes up a friendship with her pool cleaner (Martin Starr), tries speed-dating and meets a handsome stranger (Sam Elliott). Brett Haley's dramedy is pleasantly low key, with plenty of humor from Carol's card-playing pals (including Rhea Perlman and Mary Kay Place). And don't let its older protagonist put you off: A movie about re-energizing your life is suitable for all ages.

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