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The Dome of Heaven (2011)

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Set in the unique beauty of Oklahoma country, "Dome of Heaven" is the story of the Moses family, dysfunctionally struggling for decades, and which consists of a Cherokee father and German ... See full summary »

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Thirza Defoe ...
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Franklin Moses
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Molly Randall ...
Susan 'Swallow' Smots
Mark Randall ...
Jess Tessman
Dorothy Alexander ...
Ruther Rutherford
David Hall ...
Luther Rutherford
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Geneva (as Susan Monson)
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Set in the unique beauty of Oklahoma country, "Dome of Heaven" is the story of the Moses family, dysfunctionally struggling for decades, and which consists of a Cherokee father and German mother and their two adult children Franklin and Flutie. With challenges both personal and societal, each tries to find their place in a world and peace with each other, but so many complications of emotions, culture clash and misunderstanding often keeps them apart. Written by Red Haircrow

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Sad ending to this one...
2 December 2016 | by (Mono, Ontario - Canada) – See all my reviews

I found this film to be OK but my opinion regarding Flutie's inability to speak with enough confidence stemmed from all the stresses in her personal life ... how her father and brother never got along and always fighting. Years of enduring that took its toll on her. Growing up is hard enough but to grow up in a dysfunctional family like the way she had to was even harder. I believe that this affected her psychological well-being and thus ended up affected her confidence and ability to speak.

Unfortunately Frank couldn't cope with the accident which caused him to commit suicide. I believe that was from all the years of not being able to get along with his father. Anyways... this film has earned a 7 out of 10 in my books.


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