Sara marries Gaten a single father who is African-American. Not long after they're married Gaten dies. So Sara has to take care of Gaten's daughter, Clover. Problem is she and Clover have ... See full summary »

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Sara Kate
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Gaten Hill
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Clover
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Everleen
Beatrice Winde ...
Aunt Katie
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Jim Ed Hill
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Gaten's brother-in-law (as Ntare Mwine)
Nan-Lyn Nelson
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Minister
John Archie ...
Trooper
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Doctor
Carole Davis ...
Carol
Graham Brown
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Chase Porter
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Sara marries Gaten a single father who is African-American. Not long after they're married Gaten dies. So Sara has to take care of Gaten's daughter, Clover. Problem is she and Clover have not exactly bonded and several of Gaten's friends and relatives object to her being Clover's guardian. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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Problem with dialog
10 November 2014 | by (Springfield Gardens.New York) – See all my reviews

There is a scene in the movie where the family of Gaten ask Sara if she had a will explaining that the land had been in their family for over 100 years. Sara laughs a attempts to dismiss their fears by claiming she "loved Gaten" as if her love would make the loss of generational wealth okay. The writer attempts to dismiss the loss of land of Black farmers as being the same as Sara's family's "fear of Black people" was a dishonest response to a real problem. Black farmers have lost millions of acres in America over the past 75 years mostly to White farmers and corporate farmers. There is no reverse where White farmers have lost land to Black farmers. The passing on of property is what creates generational wealth and to pretend that love conquers all, it does not.


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