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20 Weeks (2017)

20 Weeks (2017)

Jocelin DonahueRichard RiehleMichelle KrusiecAmir Arison
Leena Pendharkar


20 Weeks (2017) is a English movie. Leena Pendharkar has directed this movie. Jocelin Donahue,Richard Riehle,Michelle Krusiec,Amir Arison are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2017. 20 Weeks (2017) is considered one of the best Drama,Romance movie in India and around the world.

A couple must decide on how to move forward when their baby is diagnosed with a serious health condition at the 20 week scan.

20 Weeks (2017) Reviews

  • Almost but not quite there


    I'd like to see this film at the San Diego phone festival this weekend and as a person with a disability I was excited to see how the subject matter would be handled. To say I was disappointed with what the baby was diagnosed with is an understatement. As a person who is wheelchair-bound, it is ludicrous to me that a couple would contemplate abortion for something so simple. That being said I did empathize with The hard decisions the couple Had to make throughout the movie. It wasn't a happy ending but it was a realistic one and I was grateful for that.

  • Great film


    This was a tasteful film which provided an intimate window into the complex medical decisions that a family has to make. This film should be shared with medical students and could be a great asset in helping them learn how to be compassionate caregivers.

  • Intelligent Film That Makes You Think


    I saw this film at the LA Film Fest and was blown away. The performances are compelling and the plot emotional and complex. I left the theater and thought about the film for days afterward. To me, that is what makes a film great or not - did it change your opinion or help you see the world in a different way? This film definitely did that for me. Highly recommended!

  • Great flick! Strong film.


    20 weeks will give you all the feels... I saw it at the Fort Lauderdale Film Festival 21 weeks pregnant, about 1.5 weeks after my own scan (all good news)... but I was really taken on the journey and sobbed a lot ... in the theatre ...openly ...mostly in part to the powerful acting. The story is strong and unfolds beautifully. The two leads were phenomenal and real and raw. I highly recommend checking out this film ... I wasn't sure what to expect with the ending, and was not disappointed.

  • So You Think You Want a Baby


    I have a middle-aged male friend who wants a child. He doesn't actually like children. He wants a partner who is young and doesn't have children of her own already because he only wants his own child or children. He thinks that after the child/children reach 6 months of age, it's going to be "easy." This movie reminds me of him. It's that huge ball of denial that genetic anomalies don't happen - because they do. The scientific advances we have made in testing during gestation have been a blessing and a curse, because now we know what may or may not be developing, and sometimes difficult decisions have to be made. Everything can't be avoided. What do you do if your baby is born with something that wasn't detected, or can't be cured? Aren't every single one of us imperfect? Isn't it possible to love or care for another human being, even if it doesn't have perfectly formed fingers, which was merely the possibility in this movie? If my friend is ever in this dilemma in real life, I think the result would be the same as in this film.


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