When a woman loses her child, this traumatic event takes her to the edge of sanity. However, the child suddenly appears which is impossible... or is it?

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(book) (as Linda G. Sexton), (teleplay) | 1 more credit »
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Jessie Yates
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Sam Yates
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Tobie Yates
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Meggie Yates
Matthew Kelly ...
Jamie Yates
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Anna Yates
Norris Domingue ...
Store Clerk
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Anna, 6 years old
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When a woman loses her child, this traumatic event takes her to the edge of sanity. However, the child suddenly appears which is impossible... or is it?

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11 December 1994 (USA)  »

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Der Ruf des Todes  »

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Based on the novel 'Points of Light' by Linda Gray Sexton. See more »

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When Jessie is going upstairs to the attic towards the end of the movie, she is wearing a long white nightgown. A close-up shows her wearing the blue bathrobe that she wears a lot during the movie. The next shot shows her in the white nightgown again. See more »

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Sentimental and creepy, an excellent ghost story
6 July 2004 | by (Denton, Texas) – See all my reviews

Marlo Thomas may be the most under-appreciated and unrealized talent in the history of Hollywood household names! The story revolves around a woman named Jessie Yates, who, with her husband Sam, has three children, the youngest of whom, Jamie,almost dies at birth and then later perishes in a tragic accident. Directed by actress Lee Grant, "Reunion" shows how one family deals, or attempts to deal, with the death of a child, a child who makes ghostly appearances witnessed at first by Jessie, then later, we are told, by another of the children. The script manages to tiptoe, then jump, into a dramatic and ghostly thriller wherein an angst-filled woman becomes tempted to cross over to the other side of reality--or is it insanity? The movie is a roller coaster ride of scary, tearful, suspenseful and warm moments, especially the surprise ending, which resounds like an earthquake of emotional drama, well-directed, well-scored and excellently played by all. Robin Fletcher, Denton, Texas


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