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Writer (WGA):
Jim Macak (written by)
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Release Date:
16 June 1997 (USA) See more »
Sybil Goldrich had breast cancer and reconstructive surgery, Kathleen Anneken chose to have breast implants... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Mary McDonnell ... Sybil Goldrich

Gail O'Grady ... Kathleen Anneken

Richard Gilliland ... Louis McClennon

Nicolas Surovy ... Dr. Jimmy Goldrich

Fredric Lehne ... David Anneken

Casey Biggs ... Joshua Norton
Dennis Creaghan

Brock Pierce ... Brad

Sheeri Rappaport ... Amy

Lea Moreno ... Xena

Bill Brochtrup ... David Ivey

Jane Daly
Judith-Marie Bergan ... Patient #1

Leslie Easterbrook ... Patient #2
Arthur Rosenberg ... Dr. Bentley

Haynes Brooke ... Robert Shatz

Anita Finlay ... Suzanne Connors

James Lancaster ... Dr. Sutton
Norman Snow ... FDA Panel Chairman

Vaughn Armstrong ... Dr. Gibbott
David J. Partington ... Judge Becker
Doug Waldo ... Dr. Warren
Joe Ivy ... FDA Hearing Chairman
Eric Zivot ... Rep. Ted Weiss
Henry J. Jordan ... Dr. Cadets
Annie Hinton ... Dr. Ramey
Shana Wride ... Congressional Assistant
Melody Rae ... Woman in Bathroom
Patrick Birkett ... FDA Panelist
Tamiko Washington ... Nurse
Andrea Naversen ... Reporter
Carolyn Kimball ... Woman from Dallas

Susan Denaker ... Woman Protester
Anita Le Brecque ... Mammogram Tech.
Stacey Herring ... McClennon's Assistant

Josh Cruze ... Waiter (as Josh Cruz)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Yerman Gur ... TV Reporter (uncredited)
Jennipher Lewis ... Court Reporter (uncredited)

Directed by
Peter Levin 
Writing credits
Jim Macak (written by)

Produced by
Gideon Amir .... line producer
Freyda Rothstein .... executive producer
Deborah Wolsh .... associate producer
Original Music by
J.A.C. Redford 
Cinematography by
James Glennon 
Film Editing by
John A. Martinelli 
Casting by
Abra Edelman 
Elisa Goodman 
Production Design by
Diane Hughes 
Set Decoration by
Karen Bruck 
Costume Design by
Christine Peters 
Makeup Department
Paula Le Mieux .... assistant makeup artist
Pauletta O. Lewis .... hair stylist
Barbie Palmer .... makeup department head
Production Management
Gideon Amir .... unit production manager
Mel A. Bishop .... executive in charge of production
David S. Grant .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Phil Hardage .... second assistant director
Liz Ryan .... first assistant director
Art Department
Eric Conger .... set dresser
George Karnoff .... leadman
Brenton L. Lane .... property master
'Lee' George Quinones .... assistant property master
Sound Department
John Asman .... sound re-recording mixer
Sam Black .... sound re-recording mixer
Charles Bruce .... sound effects editor
Stephen Grubbs .... supervising sound editor
Thomas J. Huth .... sound re-recording mixer
Joe Michalski .... boom operator
Jay Patterson .... sound
Camera and Electrical Department
Todd Appleman .... gaffer
Mike Byrne .... grip
Michael L. Colwell .... key grip
Eric Kieweg .... electrician
Eric Mutz .... grip
David Neal Stewart .... electrician
Danny Vincent .... grip
Randy Wilson .... best boy grip
Editorial Department
James Post .... assistant editor
Jim Post .... assistant editor
Kristi Wiggins .... post-production coordinator
Music Department
Patty von Arx .... music editor
Transportation Department
Jim DePue .... transportation captain
Roger Still .... transportation coordinator
Other crew
Jeanne Beveridge .... title designer
Jacqueline Butryn .... location manager
Fred Eldridge .... film transfer
Brian Glazen .... assistant location manager
Stacy Hartley .... production coordinator
Lyal Holmberg .... location assistant
Wendy Price .... production accountant
Renee A. Siemann .... production associate
Diane Weiss .... script supervisor

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Two Small Voices" - USA (alternative title)
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Germany:88 min
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4 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
Not bad at all, 17 October 2002
Author: lucy-66 from London

This made for TV, based on real life, issue drama is worth a look. It's a good story with a happy ending and drug companies should watch and be afraid. The two leads are excellent. You root for Sybil Goodrich despite her bulldozing methods. The actress who plays her quite subtly conveys the fear of cancer that underlies much of her rather abrasive behaviour and insistence on eating nothing but "chopped salad" even at a hamburger stand. Both women have textbook conflicts with their men, who feel "neglected" (code for not getting enough sex) and "ignored" (code for worrying that their partner's job is more important and interesting than theirs). This syndrome may be played out in cliches, but it is nonetheless around us every day. xxxxx

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