When Manny Singer's wife dies, his young daughter Molly becomes mute and withdrawn. To help cope with looking after Molly, he hires sassy housekeeper Corrina Washington, who coaxes Molly out of her shell and shows father and daughter a whole new way of life. Manny and Corrina's friendship delights Molly and enrages the other townspeople.
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A story as full of surprises as the human heart.
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Did You Know?
The song Molly starts playing continuously on the piano before stopping after the first seven notes with Corrina in a later scene helping Molly by playing the song's last six notes is John Mason Neale's "Good King Wenceslas" which is an English 1853 Christmas carol that was originated from Finland 300 years earlier. See more
While Corrina and her sister are talking in the living room during the kids' nap time, Corrina's sister puts her arm behind Corrina on the couch. In the next shot, her hand is down by her side again and she moves her arm up on the couch for the second time. The following shot shows her hand down once again and she moves it up behind Corrina for the third and final time. See more
You know what I've discovered about your daddy? He likes to eat cookies in bed. Could you tuck that sheet in... just there?
Corrina... this is where my mommy sleeps.
You're right. Your mommy used to sleep here.
When is she coming back?
Well, Molly... she's not coming back. When you die, the angels take you up to heaven to be with God.
Then I want to die, too.
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BY THE LIGHT OF THE SILVERY MOON
Written by Edward Madden
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