I saw this film a few nights ago and it is still with me. This sort of thing doesn't happen often. I cried like I would cry if a relative died, it really is that touching. Ann is 23 years old and has 2 little girls. She lives in a trailer in her mum's (played by Debra Harry) back yard. She is married to a man who loves both her and the girls, (the scenes in which they all get ready in the morning is especially lovely). She becomes diagnosed with cancer and has 2 months to live. She sets out to write a list of things to do before she dies. Sleep with another man is one of these, enter Mark Ruffalo. This film does not attempt to pull at your heart strings for the sake of it, what is tries to do is show the desperation and clarity one gets when they find out they are going to die. There are no rules anymore, no conduct of behaviour to follow, and this is portrayed with grace and wonder. I marvel at this film and now count it as one of my top 10.