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Kiss and Cry

Rated Parental Guidance (Language May Offend, Mature Theme) ~ Runs 92 minutes

Dir.: Sean Cisterna, Canada

Sarah Fisher, Luke Bilyk, Chantal Kreviazuk

“Kiss and Cry is a lovely Canadian companion to Josh Boone’s crowd-pleaser The Fault in Our Stars. Right away, there are undeniable thematic and romantic connections since both films feature an ambitious young woman facing cancer while wrapped up in a tender relationship. Underneath those obvious links, however, is affectionate characterization. A poignant delicacy that allows the audience to care for the characters and offer our attention as support... By watching Kiss and Cry, movie goers catch a more sentimental side to director Sean Cisterna... Kiss and Cry features the filmmaker in a sentimental zone that appears natural for him... giving the real-life story of figure skater Carley Allison a glow of warm comfort and heartfelt sympathy. The cuter moments involving Carley joking around with friends and sassing her boyfriend are infectiously happy. A collection of spirited performances also drive Kiss and Cry, including supporting roles from Brittany Bristow, Julia Tomasone, Sergio Di Zio, and Chantal Kreviazuk as Carley’s supportive family, along with a memorable turn by Naomi Snieckus. The film is undoubtedly stolen by Sarah Fisher though. The former Degrassi actress is an absolute revelation as Carley Allison, commanding the screen whenever music leads her soul. Kiss and Cry isn’t just a solid romantic recommendation for Valentine’s Day. It’s an all-around great film.” - Addison Wylie, Wylie Writes

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May 24