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Succesful business woman gives up her career and raises the son of her deceased sister. His natural father who was unaware of his son's existence finds this out after eight years. Prompted ... See full summary »
Story of the model who was assaulted that left her face disfigured. It begins when she comes to New York City and would get work as a model. A guy she met on one of her shoots gets her an ... See full summary »
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Jenny Cole lives with her husband and son in middle America. She is pregnant and starts to have very vivid dreams about a small city that has a big church. She then starts talking to her ... See full summary »
When Chase is dropping his kids off at school, we see him speed past a school bus with its red lights flashing. See more »
Do you remember this.
[hands her a scarf]
I,ve been saving it, Jenna told me it was my moms, it was yours.
You've kept it all this time
Since i was little
Would it be ok if i gave you a hug
I would never have stopped loving you Lily, not for a minute
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I agree that Jane Seymour's now-mature beauty isn't shown to best advantage in this piece, and her distinctive crooked mouth is sometimes allowed to look like an actual distortion. It's agreeable to find that the plot isn't quite predictable, and one really can't help staying with the story to see the mystery solved, and (one hopes) all resolved. What did he do? Why did he do it? It's hard to say whether all questions are answered... I had difficulty with the chronology, since it's mentioned that Abbie married very young-- then one looks at the ages of the children and at Jane and ex-hubby and things don't quite add up, but really, one can just ignore that and go with the premise. It was quite needless, though, that when Abbie/Rebecca and her daughter are having a special moment finding some 'forget-me-nots', the flowers are obviously lobelia. Watch and see!
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