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Audrey's Rain (2003)

Jean Smart and Richard Gilliland star in "Audrey's Rain" for Hallmark. Jean plays Aunt Audrey, who took in her sister's two kids after her sister's recent suicide.

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Audrey Walker
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Terry Lloyd
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Allison Barcott ...
Young Audrey
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Strange Woman
Karl Champley ...
Audrey's Father (flashback sequence)
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Alfie
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Tye Powell
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Missy Flanders
Mary Margaret Lewis ...
Widow #2
Kristina Malota ...
Charlotte
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Mr. Willis
Michael D. Nye ...
Minister
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Paul
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Minster #1
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Reverend Cole
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Terry Lloyd return to his rustic native town and spots his first love, spinster Audrey Walker, who turned down a life as couple to take care of her handicapped sister and recently adopted a sibling's young kids. Audrey's confident, spinster waitress Missy, is determined to help rekindle the spark, and the rascals get along great with the potential father figure. Written by KGF Vissers

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spinster | suicide | aunt | girl | nephew | See All (38) »

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Drama | Family

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11 May 2003 (USA)  »

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As Lágrimas de Audrey  »

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1.33 : 1
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Not the Usual Hallmark
10 August 2009 | by See all my reviews

When the opening shot is of two women in mourning black blowing away a gopher with an expletive, I knew this would be more than an interesting movie. Definitely not the usual Hallmark fare. As stated in other comments, there are too many stories that don't get resolved, or at least that don't tie in well. For most of the movie I thought Carol Kane was Audrey's other sister, simply because she resembled Jean Smart's character and was a bit wacky like the other sisters. Then there is the problem of Terry, the long lost love who suddenly returns and the kids immediately take to him and call him Uncle. It all starts to bump together too rapidly with all the loose ends trying to tie up neatly, and unfortunately the ending comes way too fast and tries too hard to bring in the happy ending. A mini-series could have done this plot justice. Lots of possibilities, but there was just way too much to cover in the alloted time.


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