A Little Part of Me

Synopsis: A widow finds that her deceased husband was a organ donor...can she find the answers she is looking for?
Genre: Adult, Romance
Director(s): James Avalon
  4 nominations.
144 min


We need to get this out right away.


Morning? It's practically lunch time.

I don't know how you do it, Nina.

Really. I just don't have the discipline to get up every morning and go to the gym.

It's really not that bad.

I mean...once you get used to it.

Just get up...Do it.

That's how you get started with your day.

Hi girls.

Hey Margo.

How was your weekends?

I ran a marathon.

That's amazing!

I didn't even know you were training for a marathon.

Well, you know I wasn't...

technically training....I...

jumped in...did my thing...

And I..uhh..placed first!

Oh my god. You are too much.

How about you Reggie?

Well. Quinton and Marlo decided to separate after they decided the baby wasn't theirs.

Are you serious? Another episode of Russell's Hearts?

Tell us about your weekend.

I watched reruns of Restless Hearts.


You need to give her a break.

Reggie that is great!

There is nothing in this world...made by nature or man...

that beauty is not commendable.


Hey ladies.

Hi. Have a good weekend?


You know. I'm just worried about her.

We all are. I mean...

She lost Max, what like, a year ago?

A year ago last month.

She needs to move on.

I..think it's kind of romantic.

Pining away...her forgotten love.


You totally would.


Don't take it personally. It's just...

You can't live your life mourning somebody that you lost.

It's not like the trashy books that you read all the time.

They're romantic fiction, I'll have you know.

They're not trashy!

Maybe if you worked on your brain from time to time, instead of your muscles.

OK. You know what girls?

Seriously, you need to stop fighting.

OK. You're both really beautiful.

And when you get like this...the energy gets so ugly.

My shakras are getting so unaligned!

And the energy in here is so terrible you have to stop fighting.

Marg...stop it.


We didn't mean it. We didn't mean it.

we're sorry. Please don't be upset.


Thank you for keeping your negative energy in check.

Because what we really need to do right now...

...is we need to come together.

We need to align.

Like the planets.

For Linda. We need to help her.

Because she's missing out on so many beautiful things in life...

...because of her grief goggles.


I don't know about "grief goggles", but I do agree she does need to get out more.

And maybe if she went out got some exercise...

...release some endorphins, you know...

Hey. Maybe she just needs to meet somebody new.

You know, I mean, she'll never forget about Max, but maybe somebody new will help.

You know what?

I think it's time for a good old fashioned emotional intervention.

That's what I think.

You know?

As crackpot as that sounds...I think...

...you might be right.

I am right. I know it.

Meet at Linda's tonight then?

Put the hands in girls.

Put 'em in.

That's right.

We'll do it.

thank you ladies for coming.

I know how I've been.

It's just that I can't seem to shake it.

Seems like he's still here.

It's not over.

I think what your missing is closure.

That's totally understandable.

I mean he left in such a rush and so unexpectedly.

No wonder why you feel like he might still be around.

Did you ever think that...maybe...he still is around?

Linda, do you ever feel an unearthly presence?

Maybe like someone's softly whispering into your ear?...Like...


You need some good old fashioned exercise!

You know?

Get the blood going. Kick around the old medicine ball.


No Nina. No. You're wrong.


What we need to do right now...

Is we need to fix your spirit.

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