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And Then There Was One (1994)

Not Rated | | Drama | TV Movie 9 March 1994
And Then There Was One - The tragic and true story of a family dealing with AIDS is re-told in this heart-wrenching drama. Amy Madigan and Dennis Boutsikaris star as Roxy and Vinnie Ventola... See full summary »

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Roxy Ventola
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Vinnie Ventola
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Lorrie
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Janet
Martha Henry ...
Dr. Moore
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Lenny
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David Burns
Richard Monette ...
Dr. Lloyd
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Julia Sands
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Roxy's dad
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Roxy's mom
Gabe Cohen ...
Dr. Benner
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Naz Edwards ...
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Kenner Ames ...
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And Then There Was One - The tragic and true story of a family dealing with AIDS is re-told in this heart-wrenching drama. Amy Madigan and Dennis Boutsikaris star as Roxy and Vinnie Ventola, a successful television writing couple. After struggling and finally conceiving a child, the couple learns that their newborn has AIDS. Soon afterward, the two parents are also diagnosed with the fatal virus. Written by Anonymous

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When courage is all you have left to fight with it can be all you need to survive.

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not an Agatha Christie
4 November 2001 | by (Sydney, Australia) – See all my reviews

Based on a true story this film written by Rama Laurie Stagner and directed by David Jones is wrenchingly honest and moving. Roxy (Amy Madigan) and Vinnie (Dennis Boutsikas) try for years to be pregnant only to have the baby they finally produce to have AIDS, and to discover they too are infected. However their story is full of hope, about appreciating what you have, learning the meaning of friendship, and making the most of your time. The film doesn't telegraph it's intentions. When the diagnosis is made is it just as much a surprise to the audience as it is to the characters, which is a credit to the screenplay. And in spite of the other treatments of similar material it maintains interest because of the disenobling integrity of the acting and the sureness of direction. It also features a remarkable death scene - the kind I've never seen realised before, and another gutsy performance from Amy Madigan, who I've always liked.


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