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Maggie Yearwood moves to a new town to be near her son, Peter, who has gone deaf as the result of an accident and is now attending a special school. She moves into a small house next door ... See full summary »

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Maggie Yearwood
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Owen Whister
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Peter Yearwood
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Bonnie Tsotsie (as Jade Herrera)
Jimmie F. Skaggs ...
Joe
Francisco Madrid ...
Leo Hidalgo
Chris Howell ...
Karl Ranklin
Tracy Ellisor ...
Mr. Yearwood
Charles Young ...
Cowboy
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Christine Alexander ...
Mr. Yearwood's girlfriend
Martha Chavez ...
Lucy Hidalgo
Sidora Dazi ...
Flamenco Dancer
Melissa Gray ...
Waitress
Aubrey Kramer ...
Bonnie's friend
Adelita Ortiz ...
Band singer
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Maggie Yearwood moves to a new town to be near her son, Peter, who has gone deaf as the result of an accident and is now attending a special school. She moves into a small house next door to Owen Whister and soon falls in love with the cowboy, who harbors a dark secret... Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Romance

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20 October 1996 (USA)  »

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A múlt titkai  »

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1.33 : 1
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Shape of My Heart
Written by Dominic Miller & Sting
Performed by Ann-Margret
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one of A-M's best!
28 September 2002 | by See all my reviews

As a HUGE A-M fan I read a lot of reviews on this made for TV movie, and most described it as predictable, & slow moving. The first time I saw it (and I have to say I LOOOOVE hearing Ann-Margret sing Shape Of My Heart at the beginning! It's now one of my favorite songs she sings!) The first time I saw it I was very moved! The entire message of the movie was so true to life..You get a good thing, but you must give something up in return. I really felt the pain of all the characters. And as usual, Ann-Margret blew me away with her performance! The scene where she confronts her son about his father is one of her strongest I've ever seen! I don't know if it's the gorgeous Arizona setting, or the way it was filmed, but the whole movie has this kind of tranquil atmosphere. For some subconscious reason whenever I'm having a horrible day at school, or anywhere, I always turn to A-M, and especially this movie to get by. I highly recommend this movie to anyone who likes inspirational stories, sign language, Native American history, and of course Ann-Margret!!!!

*~*Tina*~*


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