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Hello Sister, Goodbye Life (2006)

| Drama | TV Movie 2006
When her father and step-mother die in an accident, a college student is given custody of her 7 year old half-sister.

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Celia
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Barbara
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Dennis
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Joe
Keith Flippen ...
Mr. Calhoon
Yvette Sirker ...
Rosivel
Mitchell Laurance ...
Richard Martin (as Mitch Laurance)
Erin Fisk ...
Alicia
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Betsy
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Man at Soccer Game (as Michael Mayhall)
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Monica L. Monica ...
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A college student must take care of her 7-year-old half sister after the death of their parents. Written by Anonymous

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Filming for the movie was primarily done in New Orleans and finished one week before Hurricane Katrina hit. As a result, the film is dedicated to the people who suffered from the hurricane and subsequent flooding. See more »

Goofs

Olivia is with Celia's teacher and reading a story that Celia had begun writing. The story is about a cat named Olive and a dog named Cici. But at the end of the movie, they changed it to a cat named Cici and a dog named Olive. See more »

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Olivia Martin: Richard left me his treasure.
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Beautiful Life
Written by Kit Hain
Performed by Erika Schiff
Courtesy of Wild Pink Music (ASCAP)
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7 April 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is one of the best TV-movies I have ever seen. It was fantastic. Everything about it rocked. The plot line was a great idea. Both the actresses playing Olivia and Celia were excellent together, I would enjoy seeing them in another movie. The whole movie itself was sweet, and I recommend it to everyone. This movie was sweet and interesting, portraying the details of what many families have to endure. The death(s) of loved one(s) are not easy to deal with, nor are the changes in everyday life that you are required to make also. Hello Sister, Goodbye Life is a good example of what can happen as a result of a death in the family, also what can happen when two sisters really care about each other.


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