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Lucy Avramova over 4 years ago
What If God Were the Sun? is a 2007 American television movie directed by Stephen Tolkin. The teleplay by Janet Dulin Jones and Jamie Pachino, based in part on a novel by John Edward, explores the relationship between a grieving nurse and her terminally ill patient. It originally was broadcast by Lifetime Television on May 14, 2007. Jamie is an ER nurse preparing for her upcoming wedding. When her policeman father unexpectedly dies in a hospital room adjacent to the one in which she's caring for a patient, her grief consumes her life, severely affecting her job performance and her relationship with her fiancé. Not until she meets Melissa, who is facing death from cancer with a sunny outlook and an unwavering faith in God, does Jamie begin to cope with her feelings and question her religious beliefs, including her conviction that the afterlife doesn't exist. In her review in Variety, Laura Fries said, "Rowlands is easily the best thing about the pic, and faces its many challenges,...
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