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Healing Hands (2010)

A near death experience gives a young man, engaged to be married, the ability to heal people.

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Bradford May
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Eddie Cibrian ... Buddy Hoyt
Patrick Duffy ... Uncle Norman
Lisa Sheridan ... Alice
Meagen Fay ... Aunt Beth
Evan Jones ... Mike
Gina Gallego ... Ginny Jones
John Rubinstein ... Dr. Harris
Alexandra Holden ... Natasha Waverly
Deborah Van Valkenburgh ... Leah Gardner
Andy Umberger ... Dr. May
John Posey ... Henry Ferguson
Ted Lyde Ted Lyde ... Stinson
Dana Cuomo ... Mrs. Boxby
Brian Poth ... Green
Robert Curtis Brown ... Reverend Collins
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A near death experience gives a young man, engaged to be married, the ability to heal people.

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Eddie and Lisa acted together in the t.v. show "Invasion". See more »

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The Gift
by The Deserters
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Engaging Hallmark special, better than most
10 August 2020 | by mightythor47See all my reviews

Eddie Cibrian is a janitor who recovers from an accident and discovers that he has acquired healing powers. The movie explores the implications of his new-found gift, especially the cost that it imposes on him and the people close to him. Cibrian is likeable and carries the movie gracefully, with an adequate supporting cast. "Resurrection" (1980), with Ellen Burstyn, is a superior movie that explores most of the same themes on a much deeper level, and packs a far more powerful emotional punch. But "Healing Hands" will always have a special place in my heart because of the circumstances under which I saw it -- on vacation with my 1-year old grand-daughter, who is just acquiring many of the abilities that I find myself gradually losing as a septuagenarian. "Healing Hands" resonated with that situation and gave me a perspective from which to accept generously, even embrace, the inevitable process of aging. My nine stars are a personal tip of the hat for that gift. You can't ask for much more from a movie.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

20 March 2010 (USA) See more »

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Working Miracles See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Color (35mm)
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