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Milton's Secret (2016)

A young boy becomes the victim of bullying at his school.

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2 nominations. See more awards »

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Graham Abbey ...
Frank
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Milton Adams
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Anna
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Carter's Mom
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Carter
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Jane Adams
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Luz
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Ms. Ferguson
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Bill Adams
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Grandpa Howard
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Tim
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Milton's Secret focuses on 11 year-old Milton Adams who is growing up in an uncertain world. With his parents constantly stressing about their careers and finances, and the neighborhood bully tormenting him, Milton feels his whole world is in crisis. But when his Grandpa Howard comes to visit, he discovers anxiety about the past and worrying about the future only make things worse and prevent him from finding true happiness moment to moment. Written by Stephen Huszar

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Drama | Family

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Rated PG for thematic elements involving bullying and adolescent issues, and for brief language | See all certifications »
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30 September 2016 (USA)  »

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Donald Sutherland replaced Peter Fonda. See more »

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Sloop John B
Traditional
Arranged by Ian LeFeuvre
Performed by Ian LeFeuvre featuring 'Lindy Vopnfjord'
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2 October 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is not your "normal" Hollywood movie or even drama. Although the obvious theme is bullying - which is very important - the real star of this film is Wisdom.

If it is possible to return to time honored traditions of family, love, loyalty and trust this movie allows us to experience these values once again.

Based on the work of Eckhart Tolle but using philosophy judiciously as the icing on the cake, this film allows for the wisdom of an elder to seep into a modern family and realign their priorities.

Terrific family movie and one that the family can discuss for hours around the dinner table - as opposed to viewing their "apps".


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