The Memory Keeper's Daughter
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I never read the book, but because of the poor reviews here, I will. However,I just watched this for the second time on TV and loved it (again).Yes, it's "cheesey" as one other reviewer put it but no more so than many,many other made for TV movies.I like "cheesey" or as I'd rather say "sappy".I'm not looking for a blockbuster of a movie on Lifetime. It's the type of movie you'd expect from them.I did have a few tears run down my cheek at the end.( sappy )If you're looking for a great production...look elsewhere but if you want the type of movie Lifetime puts out....go for it. I didn't have any trouble following along having not read the book.
Dr. David Henry (Dermot Mulroney), a successful orthopedic doctor, is married to the beautiful Norah (Gretchen Mol) and their lives are becoming changed by their pregnancy. On a stormy winter night in Kentucky Norah goes into labor and the Henry's rush to a nearby clinic where David delivers his wife (the doctor is caught in a snowstorm) with the assistance of his old friend, nurse Caroline Gill (Emily Watson). After the delivery of a perfect boy child (Paul) Norah continues to be in labor and (surprisingly...) delivers an unexpected (!) twin girl.Read more ›
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The movie is as good as the book. A wonderful, thought-provoking story not to be missed. Beautiful guitar music.Published 10 days ago by Mary Y.B.
Very good family movie. First saw it on LTMN it was a very touchy story.Published 1 month ago by Vernice
They changed the story from the book. Horribly I might add. I was very disappointed.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
This film is fabulous...i won't give anything away...suffice it to say that all performances were excellent and the story line and script are great !!Published 2 months ago by CHRISTINA HIGGINS
This movie will shock you and move you while focusing on Down syndrome children. It's quite a moving film!Published 4 months ago by Debbi J. Frey