And rightly so, the dog was far more interesting. BTW, the movie differed completely from the book, (in the book, the 'main dude' was a genocidal sadist, was captured and tried by the zombies, and put to death in a horrible way.)
My son read the book but I never did. I'll add that to my ...someday list.
I never saw Sophies Choice or Night Mother but I have seen Terms of Endearment. For some reason I can't separate Deborah Winger from her role as Sissy in Urban Cowboy. That's what I see when I see her - "She can ride that thing better than you".
I thought Map of the Human Heart was incredibly sad. Well, I suppose tragic and disturbing (and not because of psycho thriller type plotting).
I've never seen this one.
I've always thought 1967's In Cold Blood was incredibly sad. I guess because it was true.
Yes, that always really ups the trauma when it is based on an actual event.