Ertie Robertson, a man with incredible strength and aggressive thoughts, does everything he can to keep his family alive. The Great Depression has made them homeless, drifting around ... See full summary »
Pricilla Salyers was a secretary at the Federal Building in Oklahoma City that was bombed by Timothy McVeigh in the mid 90s. This movie starts on the day of the bombing but concentrates on the aftermath of the crime and Pricilla's rescue from the collapsed building and subsequent physical and mental recovery.Written by
Kathy Baker and Ray Baker play husband and wife in the film, but are unrelated in real-life, despite sharing the same surname. See more »
It doesn't get any easier for us to watch these things...but we should.
This was a very dramatic portrayal of the events because it showed one person's survival. In her story, of course, we also experience the many losses. It was so touching and traumatic because of the character's involvement in the story not only in the fact that she was working the building when it was bombed but that she had to identify McVeigh afterwards because she had met him in the building beforehand--very chilling!!!!!
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