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Custody of the Heart
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Claire Raphael (Lorraine Bracco), a successful business woman is suddenly sued for custody of her children by her stay-at-home husband. She soon discovers that in a modern courtroom there are still traditional biases against working mothers.
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Murder of Innocence
Laurie Wasserman (Valerie Bertinelli) seemingly has everything a girl could want, an adoring husband, a beautiful home and loving parents. Unfortunately she has a slim grasp on reality and is becoming more and more disturbed and out of touch each day.
When her abducted son finally returns home after five years, Ann Richter feels as if her prayers have been answered. But her nightmare is far from over when she is confronted with the emotional and mental trauma her son has endured.
When Innocence is Lost
Inspired by a true story, this Lifetime movie stars Keri Russell (The Americans) as a 17-year old woman who becomes pregnant and decides to keep her child. Though the father wants nothing to do with her or her baby, his parents do, and soon a vicious custody battle begins.
A Long Way Home
A family scarred from abuse begins a journey toward reconciliation when husband and father Jack Ryan (Robert Urich) begins his slow immersion back into family life after causing deep psychological damage to his wife (Meredith Baxter) and two children.
Children of Invention
Two young children living outside Boston are left to fend for themselves when their mother gets embroiled in a pyramid scheme and disappears.
Brave New Girl
2004 Drama, Family, Music
Based on the novel A Mothers Gift by Britney and Lynne Spears, the film follows wannabe star Holly as she embarks on a determined mission to become a successful singer. Despite her talent and drive she soon finds the journey will not be an easy one.
An unlikely friendship blossoms between the pair when N is charged with looking after the new arrival. Although she cannot understand why Poppy is unhappy attending the ward, N agrees to help her make a break for freedom. To qualify for release the pair must first prove that Poppy isn’t mad – but they quickly find themselves in a catch 22 situation; to prove she is sane she must pretend to be mad.
Based on a true story, Kerry Ellison is a vibrant young woman who finds her life threatened by a disturbed co-worker (Victor Garber) who stalks her at every turn. As the legal system fails her, Kerry stands alone in her battle against this madman.
Dawn (Claire Foy) and David (Benedict Cumberbatch) have moved back to the village where he grew up to start a family. Their relationship seems idyllic, but getting pregnant is proving difficult and adding to the strain of building their perfect home. Out of the blue, David's younger brother Nick (Shaun Evans) appears. A soldier on leave, Nick sleepwalks and is prone to dark moods, yet Dawn is affected by her brother-in-law's vulnerability, and they start to spend an increasing amount of time together. Gradually, buried incidents from the brothers' shared history start to reveal themselves, forcing Dawn to confront the question of whether she really knows her husband at all. “Featuring compelling performances from an exceptional cast of young actors, and evocatively filmed in lush fields, eerie churchyards and desolate rural houses, the debut feature from D R Hood is a haunting tale of secrets and lies in the English countryside.” (Michael Hayden – London Film Festival programmer).
Shadow Island Mysteries: Last Xmas
In The Last Christmas Claire’s grandfather, Raymond La Foret has summoned the entire La Foret family to Shadow Island for a Christmas reunion. Raymond taught Claire everything she knows about puzzles so Claire is expecting the occasion to be filled with fun-filled games. However, on Christmas Eve, Raymond announces that he is dying and that since this will be their last Christmas together he has constructed a special game especially for the occasion, “The Jean La Foret Memorial Puzzle”, dedicated to Claire’s mother who died five years earlier on Christmas. The rules are simple: whoever solves the puzzle will inherit the entire La Foret fortune; the losers will get nothing. To make matters more complicated, Raymond La Foret suddenly dies mysteriously. Claire finds a note reading, “End the game before something happens.” Since Claire is the puzzle expert it falls on her to figure out what her grandfather’s game was designed to reveal…perhaps a murderer.
Overworked insurance adjuster Chris (Gary Ploski – Solomon Grundy, Objects of Time) meets the enigmatic Alyza (Emily Morse – To Dye For, The Honey Cooler) at a party and wakes up to find that they had maybe-or-maybe-not slept together. They spend most of the next day together and begin falling in love but Chris is under constant pressure from his over-zealous boss (Greg Nutcher – Pawn, Officer Down) and nervous co-worker (Michael Barra – The Amazing Spider-Man) to return to work. He must decide between saving his job and finding his true love. Featuring a great soundtrack this charming romantic comedy boasts a panoply of eccentric characters.
With the guidance of their fathers spirit, two women (Madeline Zima and Scottie Thomson) and their mother (Jane Seymour) finally discover what being a family truly means.
Get To The Heart: The Barbara Mandrell Story
1997 Drama, Biography
GET TO THE HEART is a compelling portrait of the talent and tribulations of Barbara Mandrell, one of country musics greatest entertainers.
The Story of Luke
Sheltered his whole life, Luke, a young man with autism, is about to embark on a quest for a job and a girlfriend, and he won't be taking "no" for an answer.
Getting Up and Going Home
1992 Romance, Drama
As a successful lawyer (Tom Skerritt) struggles to face his inner demons, he finds himself embroiled in scandalous affairs with other women.
A wayward bad-boy (Chris Messina) returns home for a funeral and reveals a secret from his past. Also starring Rich Sommer and Sarah Paulson. Official Selection, 2012 Tribeca Film Festival.
Four children enter a high-stakes lottery. If they win, they can attend one of the best schools in New York. A look at the crisis in public education, The Lottery makes the case than any child can succeed.
Diane Keaton and Mary Beth Hurt star in Woody Allen's bold and compelling drama about a repressed, crisis-ridden family struggling to come to terms with each other and the world around them.