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James Earl Jones,
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Traces over three generations an immigrant family's trials, tribulations, tragedies, and triumphs. Maria and Jose, the first generation, come to Los Angeles, meet, marry, face deportation ... See full summary »
Edward James Olmos
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While pursuing a suspect one night, Chicago Police officer Sharon Pogue nearly becomes the victim of a fatal ambush. A mysterious stranger, Catch intervenes, disarms the assassin and saves Sharon's life. Is it a stroke of luck? A twist of fate? Or just a concerned citizen who happened to pass by at the right time and wasn't afraid to get involved? Maybe, But Sharon and Catch have met once before. As the two fall in love, they discover the truth about each other and are forced to deal with the secrets from their past. Written by
The scenes in and around Sharon's parents home were filmed at the Playter Farmhouse, a historic building near the Danforth in Toronto, Ontario. See more »
When Catch sits to play trumpet in bar a musician can be seen turning to approach him twice. See more »
We have multiple vehicles. Possible DOAs, multiple injuries. In contact major accident. We're gonna need some more ambulances over here.
All units have been deployed. I don't have an ETA.
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"Turning Away" performed by Mary Black (elevator and furniture scene) not listed in movie credits?! See more »
Confession that I'm not that much of a psycho after all.
This was a truly touching film, and an excellent performance by both Caviezel and Lopez. My view of Lopez has gone up a lot since seeing this film. It made me cry, which is a rare occurrence when I watch movies. The scene with Catch at his family's grave was just beautiful, the words were right from the heart straight to mine. Caviezel should do more films like this.
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