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The Patron Saint of Liars (1998)

A woman runs away from her husband when she discovers she is pregnant, going to a Catholic school for girls, where she meets and marries another man, who raises the child as his own. ... See full summary »

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Rose Cleardon Abbott
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Sister Evangeline
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Son
Jill Gascoine ...
Mother Corrine
Nancy Moore Atchison ...
Cecilia (age 15)
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Sister Bernadette
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Beatrice
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Angie
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Thomas Cleardon
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Lorraine Thomas
Mary-Joan Negro ...
Mrs. Stanton
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June Clatterbuck
Anthony Mockus Sr. ...
Father O'Donnell
Brett Pryor ...
Joseph Clatterbuck
Daria Sanford ...
Ann Clatterbuck
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A woman runs away from her husband when she discovers she is pregnant, going to a Catholic school for girls, where she meets and marries another man, who raises the child as his own. Meanwhile, the first husband spends 15 years searching for his wife. Written by Bill Hensley <Bill.Hensley@trw.com>

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5 April 1998 (USA)  »

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Miracle of the Spring  »

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A Decent, Chick-Flick Film from Stephen Gyllenhaal
10 September 2003 | by (Smyrna, GA) – See all my reviews

Well, it's a typical, melodramatic chick-flick with overdone performances, the film does have a good cast with Dana Delany, Marisa Ribisi, Ellen Burstyn, and Clancy Brown. Stephen Gyllenhaal's direction isn't bad since he does offer some excellent scenery and poignant moments in the film.

Fans of Maggie though will see her in the 2nd half of the film as a friend of Delany's daughter for about 5-7 minutes in a standout performance as a pregnant teen with multiple ear piercings and bad light blonde dye hair. It's a good film about a woman questioning her Catholic faith while living in a Catholic retreat home for pregnant women while looking for love and understanding.


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