An Asian-American actor, living in Los Angeles, is forced to reconsider his roots as well as the possibilities afforded him by his present situation after suddenly inheriting his grandmother's home in Shanghai.
Let Me Go is a film about mothers and daughters, it is about ghosts from the past and the impact they leave on the present. Developed from Helga Schneider's true life story, Let Me Go ... See full summary »
In 1999, South African emigrant psychiatrist Colin Bouwer murdered his wife in what he thought was an undetectable manner. He was not counting on the skills and tenacity of New Zealand police and his colleagues in the medical profession.
I rarely comment on shows I watch but for some strange reason I felt I had to.
I think all of the actors and actresses did an awesome job !
It is not an action movie so if you're looking for that, you're out of luck.
I enjoyed the story and each person cast seemed to fulfill their role brilliantly.
Especially Viola Davis, wish they would have focused a little more on her issue and Hayden's we never really got closure . . . .
Overall excellent, can't really say a bad thing about it.
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