It has been nine years since Bancroft's character shot Brown's son. She goes to the prison to vent her rage at him over what he did, and discovers he's not the monster she thought he was. ... See full summary »

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Zalinda Dorcheus
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Helen Parker
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Shane
Ed Evanko ...
Doctor
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Deb
Michelle Hart ...
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It has been nine years since Bancroft's character shot Brown's son. She goes to the prison to vent her rage at him over what he did, and discovers he's not the monster she thought he was. While Bancroft voices remorse, Brown finds herself beginning to forgive. Based on a true story. Written by D'Amico <damico_t@hotmail.com>

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Although slow at times, this movie is worth seeing for its acting and because it's a powerful and true story.
11 January 1999 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

One gets the feeling that the people behind this film truly believed in its story. "Convictions" is the true story of a mother,(Blair Brown) who's son has been murdered 9 years earlier, and her attempt to deal with the bitterness and resentment she harbors as a result of her loss. Told with compassion and understanding, it's worth checking out, especially for those interesting in the healing process.

This film also contains terrific performances from a stong cast, however Blair Brown and Robert Moloney(as son Greg) really shine.


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