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To See the Moon in the Morning Sky (2007)

Two children discover a satchel filled with thousands of dollars in cash and the criminal who stole the money knows they have it and is determined to get it back.

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Credited cast:
Christine Haber ...
Hanna Lloyd
Chuck French ...
Jeffrey Ryan Haber ...
Ricky Lloyd
Christine Lloyd
Katherine Haber ...
Joy D. Borland ...
Bruce Haber ...
Brian Richeson ...
Scott Burns
Oliver Corrigan ...
George Fiderio ...
Robert Abrams ...
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Barbara Abrams ...
Mrs. Adams
Lucy Anders ...
Stephanie Barda ...
Christopher Bolwin ...


Eleven years after escaping the horror of living with an abusive husband, Hanna Lloyd, a single mother of two children, now finds herself struggling to maintain her household after recently losing her job. As a direct result of losing her job, Hanna can no longer afford to keep her daughter, Christine, in college. This only adds more stress to an already strained relationship. Complicating matters, Hanna's spirited mother, Sara, decides to move in with the family. Additionally, Hanna notices that her now eleven year-old son, Ricky, has acquired the gambling ways of his father, whom he has never met. When Ricky finds a bag filled with thousands of dollars in cash, things only get worse. The criminal who initially stole the money discovers the boy has it and now stalks the family and is determined to get the money back---no matter what the cost. Written by Peter Fields

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Crime | Drama



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4 August 2007 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1
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Tess: You have to make a choice, Christine. If you don't, someone else is going to come along and grab him.
Christine Lloyd: I don't think so.
Tess: Okay, if you say so. But a man is a man, and you've been gone for a while.
Christine Lloyd: Tess, Scott is a detective. You know he has to be nice, dedicated and loyal. He's like a puppy dog.
Tess: He's a puppy dog to you, but he may be a Great Dane to someone else. Don't say I didn't warn you if things have changed.
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Outstanding Film!
2 February 2008 | by (Elyria, Ohio, USA) – See all my reviews

This is an outstanding film dealing with the difficult subject of spousal and child abuse (not for young children), as well as the difficult choices of good vs. evil, right vs. wrong that every one of us makes each day.

The beginning of the film is very "Spielbergish", plunging us into the lives of the Lloyd family, as Adam, the father, physically takes out his anger and frustration upon his pregnant wife and young daughter. Fine direction and marvelous performances by several key actors and actresses, including Chuck French, Christine Haber, Rachel Appelbaum, and Jeffrey Ryan Haber. Dramatic lighting in several key locations in the film. Very good. I was terrified, touched, saddened, happy, disgusted, regretful and inspired by this marvelous movie.

This is a must see!

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