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A struggling story that follows Susette Kelo, a lady from a little town who fills in as a medical caretaker there. Among her conventional life, a case gives the idea that tells that the legislature should take the homes of the area she lives in for Pfizer Corporation. The general population there pick Kelo to be their pioneer for this situation that will as of late take the entire consideration of the general supposition.
"Litte Pink House" feels like it's only ever checking off the requisite moments of civic outrage, while failing to connect with viewers on a level that's deeper than the average made-for-TV issue-of-the-week movie.
The film tells the history-making conflict in terms that are personal, down to earth and utterly relatable. Writer/director Courtney Balaker draws the ideal amount of individual conflict to balance the ongoing court battles.