I saw it during a really tough time in my life. My husband was very ill and in the hospital. We didn't know at the time what was wrong with him, and he almost died. But through the help of God, he pulled through. Anyway, I was going through that, taking care of our two children, and working. The movie was an emotional roller coaster. I cried for about fifteen minutes. It was sad, but the ending was uplifting and hopeful. My favorite line of the movie, which I use as a mantra is,"You never know who's watching you." Meaning, always be kind, because you never know who is watching you, and when that kindness will be repaid. It also let me know that karma is real.