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A Family Divided (1995)

Not Rated | | Drama | TV Movie 22 January 1995
College swimmer Chad Billingsley is his middle class family's pride and joy. After a moody phase of scared denial, he owns up to father, attorney Roger, that Rosalie Frank, the ... See full summary »

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Karen Billingsley
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Roger Billingsley
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Chad Billingsley
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Carter
Diane D'Aquila ...
Inez Frank
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Johnny Dickson
Aidan Pendleton ...
Melissa Billingsley
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Det. Larson
Cylk Cozart
Mavor Moore ...
Vernon
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Todd
Andy Skelly ...
Jackson
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Rosalie Frank
Andrea Nemeth ...
Cindy
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Jennifer
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College swimmer Chad Billingsley is his middle class family's pride and joy. After a moody phase of scared denial, he owns up to father, attorney Roger, that Rosalie Frank, the provocatively dressed waitress who attended his frat's last party and is missing since, had sex with five of them. Roger does his utmost to prevent the potential statutory rape case ruining his son's future, but confides in his moralistic wife, refuge house worker Karen, who instead of supporting the boys haunts them like Rosalie's mother Inez, with multiple tragic results. Written by KGF Vissers

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22 January 1995 (USA)  »

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Mother Love  »

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Very much divided
17 March 2003 | by See all my reviews

This is an intelligent if rather overwrought story regarding the consequences of not thinking through your actions. I enjoyed Faye Dunaway's performance; particularly the way her thoughts seemed to mirror the terrors she saw each day at the women's help centre. I also thought the younger sister had a terrific role, trying to understand what was happening to her family. Maybe a better script would have made this a top movie; however 7/10 for me. Bill.


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