I constantly search for inspirational stories and movies, I run an organization that serves people going through serious hardship, challenges or loss, and I look for things I can recommend to others. I have long admired both Aiden Quinn and Andie McDowell, however their acting in this film had me wondering where the real people were and who was assuming their identities? Way over the top emotionally, especially the first part, they seemed torn between emotional tears and temper tantrums. The two boys' reactions to their brother's injuries and response to the woman offering organ donation services was ridiculous. The introduction to the older brother was disgusting, and the younger brother was invisible until after the accident. It felt like one very dysfunctional family that was trying desperately to be something they were not. I have to wonder how the real-life people feel about the way they were portrayed? The beginning had a reference to Wake Forest in SC, it is in NC, and at some distance from Atlanta, several hours to drive. I don't often give up on a movie but I had to on this one, and for the sake of the actors who are really very talented performers I tried, I really tried to find something I liked. The boy who died was nice... that's about it.