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Suddenly (1996)

A fellow paraplegic tries to help a bitter woman reclaim her life following an accident.

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Marty Doyle
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Joe Mulvey
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Jude
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Dell
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Eddie
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Doug
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Louie
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Mr. Tabibsidan
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Cabbie Paulie
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Mrs. Chow
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Cabbie Mike
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Bus Driver
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Barney
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A fellow paraplegic tries to help a bitter woman reclaim her life following an accident.

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good dramatic movie
9 June 2006 | by See all my reviews

I am not a huge Kristie Alley fan, but I truly enjoyed this movie, as a nurse myself, it was very realistic. I totally enjoyed it.I really was able to identify with Kirstie's character. I really wish this film had gotten more attention. She is a great actress and the fact that she hails from Kansas is all the more better. The African-American friend that trusted her with his dog did a great job. I really felt his hardship.I do wish the movie could have dove further into her life as a waitress/lover before this tragic accident happens. This movie is so different from usual "Alley films,TV, things, but It is very much worth watching!I really enjoy her in Look Who is Talking movies, but I would buy this also. I do want to TiVo it, or buy it! Thank you- Debbie


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