A traumatic event sends a musician (Sedgwick) back to her hometown in an effort to reunite with the daughters she abandoned. To do so, she must confront her abusive ex-husband (Quinn), from whom she fled years ago.
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Widowed Kieran Johnson is a lonely, middle-aged, Chicago-based high school history teacher who feels disconnected to his life. He decides to take a trip to his mother's small old hometown ... See full summary »
As the Great War begins, Billy and Jack Kelly together with cousin Paddy sign on and are shipped out to serve in Europe. Billy, a known marksman is singled out to head up a highly ... See full summary »
A display of America's great heroes who have made an admirable step toward the greater good of humanity.
Sadly, one of the Great Ossie Davis' last films. Proud enlightened the viewers of the group of many people of that era that cast a blow to the downfall of segregation within the United States. Showing that we all are citizens, no matter what the color. I only have heard of the hardships endured of many Black Americans within the military. Now I was able to view first hand through this informative film. It is a film that I would recommend history classes to see the accomplishments that have been made throughout the growth of the United States. This film has brought to life the forgotten and shameful history of the USA. Many youth of today a blind to America's history and embarrassing past. Enjoy the Movie, Juan (Elmira, NY)
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