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Finding Joy
De Rosa, Carlo, film director.
Publication Information:
[Place of publication not identified] : [Publisher not identified], [2014]

Sherman Oaks, CA : Inception Media Group

Physical Description:
1 videodisc (96 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
When a struggling writer, Kyle, falls on hard times, he finds himself back at his quirky parents' home. As his life slowly begins to show signs of improvement, he meets a spunky and intriguing woman named Joy. But it's short-lived when Joy asks him to write her obituary after she's been told she's going to die. As he gets to know her further, Kyle falls in love and grows increasingly skeptical about her prognosis.
General Note:
Title from web page.

DVD release of the 2013 motion picture.
Reading Level:
MPAA rating: Not rated.
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A pompous author is forced to move back home after his career hits the skids, and he falls for a free-spirited beauty who claims to be dying in this quirky romantic comedy. The success of his first novel now a distant memory, Kyle Livingston (Josh Cooke) longs to recapture his former glory. But his life is falling apart and his options are running out. Reluctantly returning home to live with his estranged, agoraphobic father Alan (Barry Bostwick), the fallen scribe finds his domestic rage swelling until a chance meeting with sassy bohemian Joy Bailey (Liane Balaban). Gorgeous, vibrant, and unpredictable, Joy is everything Kyle has ever wanted in a woman, and before long he's back at the keyboard writing. His newfound happiness proves short-lived, however, when his vivacious muse reveals that she's dying and would like him to write her obituary. Now, the deeper Kyle falls in love with Joy, the more his skepticism over her grim claim grows. With the help of his family, he strives to convince Joy that they've got all the time in the world if they want it. Unfortunately for both of them, a happy future together just might not be in the cards. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

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