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A Month of Sundays (2001)

PG-13 | | Drama | 17 September 2001 (USA)
The story of a teenage girl who kidnaps her grandfather to keep him from being placed in a nursing home. The getaway turns into a quest to locate a son who vanished many years before.

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The story of a teenage girl who kidnaps her grandfather to keep him from being placed in a nursing home. The getaway turns into a quest to locate a son who vanished many years before.

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It's easy to forgive, sometimes it just takes a while...

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Meu Avô, Meu Amigo  »

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Family Film with an unique twist...
7 June 2002 | by (OC, CA) – See all my reviews

A younger generation will be introduced to veteran actor, Rod Stieger in this film. Rod Stieger's performances as the ailing grandfather was excellent, as was the performance of Corina Marie, the actress who played his granddaughter Biddie. These two actors, the focal points of the film, stand out amid a sea of less impressive characters and actors. They both show a great range of emotion, humor among tragedy, and chemistry with each other as actors. The story is told in a unique fashion using flashback and dream sequences. This is a more intelligent family film that I would recommend to families who tire of watching an endless barrage of cookie-cutter films with "no brainer" plots.


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