Just finished this movie, and I have to say it was an incredibly beautiful movie as a whole. Seeing a lot of hate on it on imdb, but I think people just don't get it. It is definately one of those movies that you could watch through out your life and see different things in it. I am a relatively new dad that is seeing my son grow before my eyes. The innocence shown in the movie and the loss of inconcence is sad and makes me appreciate the time with my son even more. Having dealt with a death in the family, I also think this movie does an awesome job with dealing with coping as a whole. So just want to see what you guys thought?