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One aspect that my wife and I especially appreciated was that the Catholic faith of Barbara Ann's birth family was shown to be very important to them, and it was treated with great respect. Her birth mom was shown to pray before finally making the call that would eventually reunite her with the girl she'd given up years before. Take note, also, that the first time Barbara Ann smiled after leaving her foster mother was also in a Protestant African American church, where a wonderful young teen boy noticed her. They eventually graduated from school, married and had five children!
This is the true story of the life of a little girl who seemed to be nearly irrelevant to the needs of the social system. Every family with adopted children will not want to miss this movie. It is one that will, several times, raise a lump in your throat if you have any empathy for children. Even more important, it is a story of the triumph of the human spirit that will leave you feeling happy you spent the time to watch it!
It is a story of love, and heartbreak.
Of course, in this dramatization, the full circle of birth mother to foster mother to adoptive mother to becoming a mother was brilliantly written, superbly acted and a moving experience for the viewer.
The final lesson would be that no matter what the circumstance, no matter the race, no matter the lost time, a resolution can always be reached to a satisfactory conclusion. A beautiful story, beautifully told.
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Yes the movie was as good as I remember watching it years ago! Made my friends watch it and they loved it..even dropped a couple of tears!Published 17 months ago by 81crw
I think any one who watch this movie would be intrigued by it. It seem true to life and quite entertaining from the beginning to the end. I recommend it.Published on January 23, 2014 by Lady A