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Im Zweifel für die Liebe 

Since Sean Hastings's beloved wife's death in a car crash, he lives for his children and hates the church because of 'God's injustice'. Sean largely leaves the family business, run from ... See full summary »

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Henriette Richter-Röhl ...
Megan Carpenter
Jan Sosniok ...
Sean Hastings
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Ben Hastings
Renate Schroeter ...
Mutter Oberin Grace
Julia Grimpe ...
Olivia Westman
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Charlotte Bingham
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Emma Hastings
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Kate Hastings
Urs Remond ...
Harry Ridgeman
Alexander-Klaus Stecher ...
Sal Cummings
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Stuart Davidson ...
Funeral Mourner
Jack Bay Porter ...
Baby Simon Hastings
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Since Sean Hastings's beloved wife's death in a car crash, he lives for his children and hates the church because of 'God's injustice'. Sean largely leaves the family business, run from their grand Cornish estate, to his junior brother Ben, who ran into debt with their dodgy former business partner Harry Ridgeman. When Sean decides to cease the lease of the land an Angican nunnery runs an orphanage on, novice Megan Carpenter resolves to win him over. Even saving Sean's kid son Simon from drowning seems to fail, but it gets her hired as temporary nanny. Endebted Ben is pressured by Harry to ensure the land can be sold, even if that requires criminal methods. Written by KGF Vissers

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17 January 2010 (Germany)  »

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