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  • He wants to feel the wind in his hair, he wants to taste things he wants to live as humans
  • A complex movie, however it was enjoyable

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      City of Angels is a movie that stars Meg Ryan and Nicholas Cage. In this movie Nicholas is an Angel who retrieves souls as they are on their way to heaven. The movie is eerie in the premises that Angels are among us all the time, they smooth out difficult situations, try

      to calm people in times of need and to assist humans as they are needed.

      Meg Ryan plays a doctor and in one of the opening scenes she is in the operating room and her patient is dying on the table, she looks up as if she is looking straight into Nicholas Cage’s eyes and tells him that she is not losing her patient this day. He is intrigued by her. He wants more than just being an Angel. He wants to feel the wind in his hair, he wants to taste things he wants to live as humans. He meets Messinger while ...

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      visiting patients, Messigner used to be an angel and talks Seth into falling and becoming human.

      Seth and Maggie want to start a life together, they want to live. Maggie goes to the store, she rides a bike everywhere she goes, she goes to buy him some fruit when she is coming home

      she is hit by a truck and is killed. He has to learn to accept the fact that with life comes death and that it has to be dealt with. A complex movie, however it was enjoyable.

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