Believing that she was abandoned at an orphanage as a child because she was losing her sight, blind artist Annie Crane angrily refuses her seriously ill birth mother's request to meet her.
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Annie knows how to paint landscapes accurately because she went blind only as a toddler. But the portrait she paints of herself and her birth mother at the end is impossible: she has no idea what her birth mother looked like many years later, and no idea what she herself grew up to look like. See more
Percival Isaac Cohen Dalton
Because I don't want her to lie down. I want her to stand up! AND I want her to sit up when she's having her dinner... AND if she is going to have breakfast in bed, she is going to do so with me... And I'm going to sleep every night with my wife in our room! And, if I want to hold my wife, or kiss my wife, I will do so anytime or anywhere I darn well choose to like right now.
Bringing In The Sheaves
Lyrics by Knowles Shaw
Music by George A. Minor
Sung by church congregation See more