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This is not a great movie by any means. It will do if you need something to watch and you haven't seen it. I found the acting on the leading lady's part to be a little under the weather. I know this was based on a true story, but I never understood quite why she was so darned suspicious after one doctor made one comment about the child's weight and how at her age she should weigh more. If a child was supposedly malnourished before being adopted, wouldn't that explain things? Sure, she was right to worry, but to be so over-the-top suspicious didn't make much sense at that point.
It was mentioned about how the baby didn't look like the adoptive parents by some kids in the woman's classroom where she teaches. These kids looked at least nine, you mean to tell me that they couldn't figure out that the baby must be adopted and that's why she never told them she was pregnant again? This isn't even the early 1980's, kids that big don't behave the way her students did in these times. They acted like they were supposed to be about five maybe six, but looked too old. Also, the baby sure didn't look like the birth mother either. I guess she takes after the father?
I also didn't understand why it took so long for the FBI to enter the adoption agency after they swore that they would be right there. A crazy man was able to chase the leading lady around with a knife for a good five minutes before any agent appeared. The adoption man had time to shred documents. At one point the agents were behind him yelling Stop! Freeze! He kept running, and you never once saw them or heard footsteps giving chase. He made it to the roof and you still never saw them. It seemed like they had a tape recorder on and no real actors for that scene.
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