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Miracle Run (2004)

The social stigma and discrimination of autistic children is present in the movie Miracle Run. The life of Corrine Morgan-Thomas, the mother of autistic twins Stephen and Philip, changes ... See full summary »

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Gregg Champion

Writer:

Mike Maples
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Mary-Louise Parker ... Corrine Morgan-Thomas
Aidan Quinn ... Douglas Thomas
Zac Efron ... Stephen Morgan
Bubba Lewis ... Philip Morgan
Jake Cherry ... Young Stephen
Jeremy Shada ... Young Philip
Alicia Morton Alicia Morton ... Jennifer
Michael Arata ... Brian
John McConnell
Mikki Val ... Reva
Bernard Hocke Bernard Hocke ... Wayne
Michael P. Cahill Michael P. Cahill ... Taylor
Veronica Russell Veronica Russell ... Ms. Gabler
Wallace Merck Wallace Merck ... Dr. Hardwick
Bernard Johnson Bernard Johnson
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The social stigma and discrimination of autistic children is present in the movie Miracle Run. The life of Corrine Morgan-Thomas, the mother of autistic twins Stephen and Philip, changes drastically when she finally finds out that her sons are autistic. The first few doctors she takes her sons to are unable to diagnose them with any problem, saying that they are just fine; fortunately, Corrine takes her sons to a specialist who diagnoses the boys with Autism. Corrine's initial reaction is that of shock. She does not like the idea that her sons are autistic, and leaves the hospital angrily. She does, however, end up realizing that the specialist was correct. When she tells her husband about their autism, he says he doesn't want to deal with the autism, so she decides to leave him. She is determined to fight the social stigma of autism and to have her sons be treated like any other child, so she does not tell Stephen and Philip's new school about their problem. The school accuses her of... Written by Anonymous

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Official Sites:

Lifetime Television

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

9 August 2004 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Unexpected Journey See more »

Filming Locations:

New Orleans, Louisiana, USA

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1.33 : 1
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At 8 and half minutes, when Corrine is looking at the photo album there is a photo of a younger Zac See more »

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Wonderful, Inspiring and Truthful

I love mostly all of Lifetime movies. But this one I'd have to say was my favorite. If there are other's out there going through the same situation I'd suggest you watch this movie and get inspired. Single mother Corrine Morgan finds out that her twin sons Phillip and Steven are autistic. Instead of her giving up on them and sending them to an institution, she chose to stick by their side and insist that they be taught in regular school. She was a very good and courageous mother, she didn't just have one autistic child she had two and you could just imagine how hard that would be to raise them. Later, she finds a love interest in the repair man Doug and they hit it off well, he kinda stepped in as a father figure towards Phillip and Steve. To me these twins were not your typical autistic kids. They may have been considered retarded, but inside those kids were smart in their own special way. But for the most part these kids were smart and talented, and had a wonderful and supportive mother behind them 100 percent. It teaches you that If you believe you can achieve and if you have someone in your life who is as supportive and loving as Corrine Morgan was you can achieve anything.


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