She recites by memory stories she’s heard from grieving families, like the mother of one Marine who said she knew her son would be a daredevil from the day he built a ramp for his Big Wheel bike and drove off it. Carroll tries herself to focus on her husband’s life, which is why participating in the film and reliving the joy of her own marriage means so much to her.
“To actually hear his voice and see his face is a precious gift,” she said.
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