Riley wants to rebuild her relationship with her mother and little sister, who are shut-ins due to her sister's illness. When Riley realizes her sister may not be sick, her mother will stop...
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Riley wants to rebuild her relationship with her mother and little sister, who are shut-ins due to her sister's illness. When Riley realizes her sister may not be sick, her mother will stop at nothing to keep her daughters with her forever.
Guillain-Barré Syndrome (GBS) is a real disease that effects about 3,000 people in the US every year. The cause of it is not well known, and it is thought to be caused largely by viral infections, so it would be a good choice to pull off such a deception.
Interestingly, COVID has recently been reported as causing a recurrence of the disease in some people. See more »
If Riley got a hotel room to stay in during the time she was visiting her family how did Aiden get to Monica's house the same night he left his shift from the hospital. See more »
Written and performed by Chris Ridenhour, Heidi Schmidt and Kristin Krohn See more »
This movie on the other hand ...
You can trust the title as much as you can trust anything most politicans say (with the prime example of the current potus, who hopefully will soon be a one time/term president) ... but enough about that, because I wouldn't be surprised if you are annoyed by political talk. The problem is, talking about the movie, its cliches and its predictabilities isn't that much better.
Yes characters have to make decisions that don't make sense in movies ... mostly to create suspense. But it's just a tiny bit too much, what the movie expects from the viewer to accept. The actors do try their best, which is why I gave it a bonus point if you want to call it that ... still most will be rather dissapointed by the whole thing ... unless you are into the drama of the week movies ...
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