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Sally Goodson (Kirstie Alley) has been raising her autistic son David (Michael A. Goorjian) alone since her husband left many years ago. Now a social worker discovers that Sally has been dodging "The System" to keep her son with her, instead of putting him in an institution. Each feels they know what's best for David. But their opinions are not the same. Sally's developing relationship with John Nils (Sam Waterston) is caught in the middle.Written by
Brian W Martz <B.Martz@Genie.com>
I am watching this film at the moment on channel 61, At the point where Sally and John have the row about her leaving and not telling him, the actor changes and so does his clothes! Suddenly a much younger man is in place of John wearing a white cable knit sweater. This happens three times and then Sally becomes a younger version of herself, different hairstyle, makeup and clothes!
I am puzzled as to how this film, that has received such great reviews and nominations for the acting, can be so badly edited. I have found this so distracting I had to break away and look the film up to see if anyone else has noticed this.
Otherwise, it is a good film but I am being penickity perhaps.
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