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‘The Big Sick’ is About Healing and Connection

A relationship doesn’t have to happen in a vacuum.

The Big Sick movie poster | Amazon Studios
The Big Sick movie poster | Amazon Studios

I’m not the biggest fan of the romantic comedy genre. I think many of these films and shows perpetuate toxic thoughts about romance that I just don’t want to spend my time thinking about. Loving another human being is hard enough, I don’t think we need unrealistic expectations.




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