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Why Chrissy Metz prayed so hard in new miracle movie 'Breakthrough'

When Chrissy Metz was filming her first scenes for "Breakthrough," she prayed like she had never prayed before. She cried, she wailed, she pleaded with God. She wept over her onscreen son's unresponsive body 10 times in a row, and brought tears to the eyes of her fellow cast and crew members.

"It's such a pivotal part of the story, so I wanted to make sure I did it right," she told The Times of the major moment in the medical miracle movie.

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