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The Secret Life of Zoey (2002)

PG-13 | | Drama | TV Movie 19 August 2002
The Secret Life of Zoey depicts the events that took place in Zoey Carter's life...

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Robert Mandel

Writer:

Betty Goldberg
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Mia Farrow ... Marcia
Julia Whelan ... Zoey
Cliff De Young ... Larry (as Cliff DeYoung)
Andrew McCarthy ... Mike Harper
Caroline Aaron ... Mimi
Katharine Isabelle ... Kayla
Michael Coristine Michael Coristine ... Ron
Julie Patzwald Julie Patzwald ... Julia
Stephen E. Miller ... Ian (as Stephen Miller)
Walter Marsh ... Smokey
Patricia Idlette Patricia Idlette ... Cora
Betty Linde ... Mrs. Cardona
Paige Christina Paige Christina ... Jan (as Paige Heuser)
David Kopp ... Marty
Emily Holmes ... Joan
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Marcia Carter thought her daughter was perfect mainly because she brought home good grades, and occasionally does volunteer work. What Marcia doesn't know, is that Zoey has been taking large amounts of her mothers medicine. Her mother then gets suspicious after Zoey passes out in the car, and after she fails a simple test. Marcia searches Zoey's backpack, and finds massive amounts of pills. She consults the local pharmacy about the pills, and the pharmacy indicates that the pills can be very lethal if mixed together. Marcia is then devastated, so she send Zoey to a rehab center. Zoey tells her parents that she is okay, but she really isn't. Zoey begins to take the drugs again, and as the story progresses, Zoey gets sicker, and sicker each day until she collapses right in front of her mother. Zoey is rushed to the hospital, and then thrown into another rehab center, this time, she cant get out unless she gets better. While in rehab, Zoey befriends another woman who has taken drugs. The... Written by Uber Minion

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She thought she knew everything about her daughter. See more »

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Rated PG-13 for drug use and related issues | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

19 August 2002 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

On the Edge See more »

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Stereo

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Color

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1.33 : 1
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A bad rendition of an after-school special
18 September 2002 | by kumarihpxSee all my reviews

I think this is the first time i have ever commented on a movie and given it below average ratings. I found 1) Julia Whelan totally adorable, 2) Mia Farrow pretty unbelievable, 3) Andrew McCarthy totally unnecessary. Other than that, this was such a terrible script, I'm surprised they could make anything out of it. Totally canned after-school special. I should not watch anymore Lifetime Original movies, I think.


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