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TheJonBass’s review published on Letterboxd:
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“I’m just afraid if I die today, my life will have amounted to nothing” — a children’s film, 2020
After Joe’s audition for Dorothea he points up to the sky and says “You see that, dad!” and begins celebrating the possibility of a second chance at the life he always wanted. Leading to accidentally becoming untethered to his body by falling down a sewage hole — leaving his soul lost in the great before — and on an epic journey to get his second chance back. In the end he realizes that more important than life is living and it was 22’s time. And then, after all of that, Jerry gives him his second chance at life... he walks out of his apartment and breathes and that’s when i started bawling my eyes out after 9+ months in a pandemic.