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A Normal Life (2003)

Not Rated | | Drama | 24 June 2003 (USA)
In this award-winning drama, a man must decide between being a gay parent, or giving in to the demands of his family and give up his son so that the child may have "A Normal Life."

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Josh
Dewey Moss ...
Ben
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Fernando Arze ...
Sam
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Bobby
Colette Duvall ...
Nancy
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Jack
Stephanie Mnookin ...
Lisa
Amy Raudenbush ...
Karen
Gwendolyn Saska-Brown ...
Ellen
Zach Savage ...
Nolan
Shaun Sheley ...
Peter
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In this award-winning drama, a man must decide between being a gay parent, or giving in to the demands of his family and give up his son so that the child may have "A Normal Life."

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Erroneous information about this film
23 January 2006 | by See all my reviews

The description given for this film, along with the cast members, has nothing to do with Kosovo fighters. It is about a gay man raising his young son and who is facing pressure from his family to give up his lover and not continue to raise his son in a homosexual household. The listing for director is correct, as are the names of the cast members, but the summary of the film's contents is completely wrong. This film was released in 2003 apparently at the same time as a film of the same name won an award from the TriBeca Film festival for best documentary of the year. I don't know how the two got mixed up in this description. I have written to the IMDb editors about these mistakes.


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