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This was a thoughtful and respectful meditation on love and loss. 26 Pebbles shows us what the mass media fails to show us, the hearts and minds of the real victims of the tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut. The small cast expertly change characters to show you a slice of life of the whole the town before, during, and after the shooting. It's not fancy, but it's more than you need to be drawn in the real lives of ordinary people like you: a rabbi, a student, a small business owner, a spiritual healer, people as boring, important, and quirky as people you know. It's exactly what we need to regain our moral bearing and spiritual strength as the shootings continue in our nation.