Actor Dennis Quaid finds it tough to watch the climax of his new movie SMART PEOPLE because it reminds him of his newborn twins who nearly died after a drugs overdose. At the end of the film the star, who plays an English professor struggling to get over the death of his wife, is seen cradling baby twins. And the star admits it is hard to watch the footage now after the near-death experience of his own children. He says, "It actually really gets me when I see this. I'm a little verklempt. Kimberly (Quaid's wife) and I weren't even pregnant when we shot (the movie). "We'd been trying for three years. When I read the script a couple years ago, the end scene always got me emotionally. It made me well up. And of course having our own twins now, it really gets me verklempt. It's a wonderful thing. For me, it's just life imitating art." Quaid's twins Thomas Boone and Zoe Grace were left fighting for their lives when they were mistakenly given 1,000 times the normal 10-unit dose of blood-thinning drug Heparin by staff at Los Angeles' Cedars-Sinai Medical Center shortly after they were born to a surrogate mother in November (07). The babies were eventually discharged after doctors gave them the all-clear.