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Dakota Fanning goes British for her starring role in this touching drama, playing a 17-year-old who is dying of leukaemia and is intent on cramming as much life experience into the little time she has left, drawing up a to-do list that includes taking drugs and losing her virginity. When attractive new neighbour Adam arrives on the scene, the prospect of romance rears its head. A gently irreverent sense of humour and skilled acting from a great cast keep the film from becoming too melodramatically schmaltzy, even though several scenes are bound to have you reaching for your tissues.
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