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At The End Of A Rainbow

I finally got to watch Andy Lau's Days Of Tomorrow, a trifle over dramatic and some over acting, but the modern day flashback mode brings forth a wonderful movie. People living desperate lives by the choices they made at a critical juncture of their lives. Its why we care for those who would never cry for us, and why we cry for those who would not care for us, and yet ... we too do not care for those who cry for us - the sad realities of life, sometimes taking a lifetime of wasted anger to dissolve, ... taking a lifetime to cherish a fleeting memory. 

I have embedded the ending of the movie and the final minutes ending with a most wonderful song: At The End Of A Rainbow by Earl Grant. If you wish, you could search for the whole movie on You Tube. Its worthwhile.


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