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"Dear Zoe explores the grieving process with sweet messages, but in addition to being extremely generic, Gren Wells makes questionable creative decisions that remove emotional impact from the narration-dependent narrative. Typical film that's worth watching more for the extraordinary performances of the cast than for the formulaic screenplay.
Kweku Collins impresses on his debut, Theo Rossi demonstrates his underrated range, and Sadie Sink continues to prove why she's one of the most fascinating, talented actresses of her generation."
When Tess and her family suffer an unimaginable loss, she finds support from a surprising source: her biological father - a lovable slacker from the wrong side of the tracks - and the charming but dangerous juvenile delinquent next door.
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