Won't You Be My Neighbor?
Documentary • PG-13 • 2018 • 1 hr 35 min
This movie made me cry so hard. I wasn’t raised in his time, but still got me really emotional.
This documentary is an elegant telling of the story about a remarkable man.
It tells a story of an incredible and kind man. We need more Mr. Rogers in the world.
Documentary about an amazing person that really helped my generation. It made me want to be a better person and see the good in all people.
Heartwarming documentary about the nicest neighbor ever.
The realizations and understanding hit hard on this one... it's so real... please watch this. I cried. And I don't usually cry
Better than Mister Roger’s Neighborhood.
One of the most heartfelt and genuine documentaries I’ve seen in awhile, even as someone who didn’t grow up with Mr Rogers. Made me cry
Heart jerkingly powerful. A very positive message.
Wonderful documentary that touches you beyond the time you watch this. I did not know of Fred before and could still enjoy it a lot.
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