A Holocaust survivor travels to Israel for a reunion with fellow victims of Nazi persecution, while also hoping to locate an old girlfriend he has not seen since the war, and who was pregnant with his child.
A recently widowed doctor moves with her daughter to start at a new hospital. While there a loving mother brings her son in for treatment. The doctor suspects that there is something wrong,... See full summary »
Daniel Hugh Kelly
A police officer and his wife are shocked to find that molestation has been going on at the neighborhood day care. They're devastated when they find that their own son might be a victim too. Should they have known, should they have seen?
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okay maybe i'm just up late watching this on insomniac theater but this show isn't that bad. made for tv movies are always edited to hell for commercials and stuff. given that format, they are doing a pretty good movie about women searching for their missing kids. sure, it is partly unrealistic but thats to be expected for made-for-tv budget and other limitations.
it is especially interesting that they dont demonize the husbands or anything. but whatever, this is a serious problem and kids are kidnapped by a parent all the time. no one talks about it for *real* and so i could just imagine how isolated people feel.
this is a touching movie, mildly cheesy, and would probably do good for people who are going through similar experiences. the only thing is that i think there should be more movies about issues like this that primarily impact women.
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