After a few years of financial hardship, a young mother (RACHEL) decides to go back to work to help her ex-husband with the mounting bills. With no one to watch their 4-year-old daughter (... See full summary »
Christy Carlson Romano,
Nora Clark is a children's book writer whose life is at a crossroads. After moving back into the house she inherited from her grandmother, Nora comes to grips with the traumatic memories ... See full summary »
Six friends join together to tell a story that becomes increasingly dangerous and frightening. When the events of their story begin to cross over between worlds, the lines between reality and fantasy are blurred.
"Telling of the Shoes" chronicles a Manhattan dinner party that starts out good-natured, and turns unexpectedly dark as alcohol-fueled party guests eschew their mantles of reserve, turning quick-witting sparing into full-fledged skewering.
Vicky has a baby when she is 18. Her father who's a powerful politician did not want the birth of his daughter's baby to destroy his political career so he illegally has the baby put up for adoption. When she realizes this Vicky takes the adoptive parents to court and sues them for custody.
Get your facts straight before you publish them in a movie
I was bothered how in the beginning of the movie the women adopting the baby was guaranteed by her doctor that she could not have children because she had PCOS and that it has been thoroughly researched. This is not true. PCOS isn't new and it is well know that women with PCOS can still have children, even though it may be more difficult. with proper treatment and changes in diet and exercise women can have children, this coming from a woman who has been diagnosed with PCOS and also expecting. There were some other misleading statements but of all of them the one related to PCOS is what disturbed me the most.
Also I wasn't to fond of the ending
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