Michael McCann is a man who feels totally betrayed by the world, after his wife revealed to him that their child was not his. A few years after his break-up we find him living alone in a small town. But, everything in his miserable life changes when he adopts a little girl whose mother died outside his house. After several years, the real father returns to claim the girl from Michael, thinking that she will be an advantage for his political career. Written by
Chris Makrozahopoulos <firstname.lastname@example.org>
A twist of fate brought them something wonderful... Each other!
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Loosely based on the 1861 novel Silas Marner by George Eliot. See more
When John Newland (Byrne) is outside in the stables talking to his wife Nancy, he is not wearing any neckwear. Yet in the next scene when they are inside, just before he confesses his secret to her wife, he sports a gray silk ascot tie. See more
To hell with that, let's go!
Version of Are Children to Blame?
Written by Norman Span See more