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Bound by a Secret (2009)

Two lifelong friends must face personal drama when one of them learns she has cancer. They also have to make a decision about a ghost from the past: should they tell the child of one friend... See full summary »

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... Ida Mae
... Jane Tetley
... Kate (as Bridget Ann White)
... Jimmy
... Lila
... Will Hutchinson
... Germaine
... Maury (as Quinn Redeker)
... Ed
... Alex Peterson
... Madam Wozak
Xavier J. Nathan ... Chef Andre
... Rev. James
... Jamison Trunk
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... Art Teacher (as Michelle L. Gardner)
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Two lifelong friends must face personal drama when one of them learns she has cancer. They also have to make a decision about a ghost from the past: should they tell the child of one friend (Baxter), a suburb mom, that she is in fact the child of the other (Warren), a Broadway star. Written by Cocomab

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7 March 2009 (USA)  »

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The Glass Seagull  »

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Jane Tetley: Ex husbands. One of life's miseries.
Ida Mae: You should know. You have a ton of em!
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I would have recommended this movie, if only ...
6 May 2010 | by See all my reviews

The relationship between the Lesley Ann Warren and Meredith Birney characters was confusing for most of the movie, which caused a bit of a distraction, but the body of the movie was great: family values, heartfelt situations, struggles, conflicts that were dealt with in a real and loving way and resolved, great topic etc.

I was just about ready to tell all my friends about this movie, and even purchase it, until I watched the end. After wonderful story and character development, the wrap up appeared to be almost an afterthought. I understand that Meredith's character made some life changes and that she needed to stop holding on to her "daughter" so tightly, and live her own life, but...to show that happening with jumping in the car on the way to a "carefree" trip with her boyfriend (unless I missed a marriage in there somewhere), exhibited irresponsibility instead of a responsible mother/grandmother learning to loosen up and move on in her life. Thinking ahead in the (unwritten) story, what kind of example would this be for her granddaughter and future grandchildren? If you changed the ending to show responsible / family behavior, then I would recommend this without hesitation.


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