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BMG Leaving Limbo, DVD

What If You Awoke to Find 19 Years Had Passed? Monica is a totally '80s teenager on the brink of a bright future when her dreams are destroyed by a car wreck that leaves her in a coma for 19 years. After miraculously awakening at age 38, Monica finds her once-perfect life in shambles and an unrecognizable world around her. As she struggles to fit into a world of Starbucks and cell phones, she attempts to win back the love of her life. In the process, she experiences a true wake-up call.

Based on the stage play "My Wonderful Coma" by award-winning playwright Sandy Boikian, Leaving Limbo is a comedic drama that explores the topics of forgiving yourself and letting go of the pain of guilt. Approx. 105 Minutes.
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Date:June 20, 2014
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held my attention for one viewing, but is not a 'keeper' for the dvd library. it was an interesting concept, but somewhat unbelievable. a miraculous healing is plausible, but the lack of serious rehab and brain and muscle atrophy were not. (more a 'fantasy film feeling' than realism). interesting romantic story angle. seemed like a soap opera with a surprise ending. the original music was very uplifting. there were a few good points made about Scripture and forgiveness. no bad language or nudity/ sexuality. no violence. a lot of 80's humor and catch phrases. perhaps PG for adult situations. i would say it is a product worth $5.-8. , but not worth the $15. i paid. no hard feelings. still love Christian book and applaud the makers in striving for a product that is family oriented.
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