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We Were the Mulvaneys (2002)

Based on the novel by the same name, We Were the Mulvaneys is a sensitive portrayal of one family's journey as they face conflict, fear, tragedy and ultimately, themselves.

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Michael Mulvaney, Sr.
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Corinne Mulvaney
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Marianne Mulvaney
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Judd Mulvaney, Narrator (as Thomas Guiry)
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Patrick Mulvaney
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Mike Mulvaney Jr.
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Zachary Lundt
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Dr. Witt
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Trish La Porte
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Abe Love
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Mort Lundt
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Ray Pringle
Chris Sigurdson ...
Deputy Harris (as Christopher Sigurdson)
Muriel Hogue ...
Lydia Bethune
Robert Huculak ...
Coach Hanson
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Based on the novel by the same name, We Were the Mulvaneys is a sensitive portrayal of one family's journey as they face conflict, fear, tragedy and ultimately, themselves.

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Family was everything. Until everything fell apart.

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Change of Heart  »

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Terrible Casting
3 February 2003 | by (Atlanta, GA) – See all my reviews

Blythe danner as Corinne is inspired, yet for some reason the feeling of the movie was so terribly insipid compared to the book. The rest of the actors seemed very stiff and not to understand themselves within the context of the story; particularly Marianne's character. And the costumes sucked. Whenever I read this novel I think it would be perfect for a movie, but unfortunately this version fell threw. I hope they option it for the big screen using some more talented actors or at least a more talented director.


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