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When crisis strikes a young boy and his family, his mother, Julie (Miranda Otto), begins a journey across the globe to find one last hope. Despite her husband's lack of faith, she finds the inspiration to challenge everyone around her and seek out a healer who may possess a power beyond science. Academy Award Nominated Director Agnieszka Holland tenderly explores the strength of family bonds while provoking questions about the nature of love and the search for truth in this unforgettable film about dreams and human discovery. William Fichtner and Lothaire Bluteau also star.
Miranda Otto is one of the most underrated actresses of our time. A moving performance, something she has achieved, even in her comedies.Published 4 months ago by sydney
This film has one clear message. Don't mess with your gifts. Don't disrespect powers given to you by whomever you believe in, be it God, or the universe. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Susan M. Brosch
5 star to Miranda otto the most gifted actress since Shirley knight.
and yet another good role for her talent. she is in her prime here don't miss it.
The story draws in the viewer slowly and craftily, one subplot at a time, like fingers that eventually become the hand that grabs full hold of you. Read morePublished on August 24, 2013 by Meredith Waters
I just love this movie. I am glad that Americans are finally starting to enjoy the great Miranda Otto as she come from one of the great Australian acting families and that she is... Read morePublished on September 12, 2010 by mariabyrne
This is an odd, sad story, but I do love it. Miranda Otto and William Fichtner both give wonderful performances. Read morePublished on November 3, 2009 by Katie Loudermilk
One last hope is all this family has to save their little boy from the grips of cancer. Can a supposed healer make their dream come true? Read morePublished on September 23, 2008 by Chris Cade
The Healer sounds great on the box but trust me, it's a powerful letdown. There are also apparently several versions of it out there under more than one title (Julie Walking Home... Read morePublished on April 2, 2008 by Dai-keag-ity