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Return to Zero (2014)

A couple navigate their way through a pregnancy filled with doubt, grief and trepidation.


Sean Hanish


Sean Hanish

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Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy. Another 1 win & 7 nominations. See more awards »




Cast overview, first billed only:
Minnie Driver ... Maggie Royal
Paul Adelstein ... Aaron Royal
Alfred Molina ... Robert Royal
Connie Nielsen ... Dr. Claire Holden
Andrea Anders ... Trish
Kathy Baker ... Kathleen Callaghan
Sarah Jones ... Dana
Peter Jason ... Gerry
Saundra McClain ... Delivery Nurse
John Aniston ... Ned
Rob Brownstein ... Dr. Campbell
Audrey Wasilewski ... Laura
April Parker Jones ... Nurse (as April Parker-Jones)
Dan Donohue ... Christopher
Joseph Marcell ... Dr. Harrington


RETURN TO ZERO is based on the true story of a successful couple preparing for the arrival of their first child. Just weeks before their due date they discover that their son has died in the womb and will be stillborn. Lives and relationship forever altered by the loss, they try to cope through denial, escape, alcohol and an affair, but nothing can save their marriage. And that's when they discover that they're again pregnant (from a last ditch 'save the marriage' getaway to Las Vegas), and must come together to face a turbulent and terrifying pregnancy.

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8 March 2014 (USA) See more »

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Da tre a zero See more »

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Cannonball Productions See more »
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16:9 HD
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Paul Adelstein and Kathy Baker both appeared on Grey's Anatomy. See more »


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22 May 2014 | by livlife-895-220024See all my reviews

I truly appreciated the making of this movie, and believe everyone should see it! I find the arrogance of a previous reviewer appalling. This movie was made to break the silence for EVERYONE who suffered pregnancy or infant loss! The central theme of the movie was about still birth because that was the individual experience of the creators but it was not meant to isolate any one, nor was it made to diminish the grief people like me felt losing a baby at 23 weeks. I'm not sure if my review has any value as I'm not part of the elite stillbirth club, shucks if only my baby had hung on 1 more week her death would have held the correct medical term! *rolls eyes* I followed and promoted this movie because I believe it's important. If you have never experienced a loss watch it, chances are pretty good you will know someone who will and it does a excellent job of telling you what not to say/do! This movie shares a truth that you can not understand if you've never been there! I saw my pain, my anger and my fear on screen, imagine that ! My favorite part of the movie is expressed in the quote 'it's not just the loss of the baby, it's the loss of the possibility of what could have been' ! Too bad some people still don't get it! Sad really! It's a tough movie to watch but so important. Minnie Driver did a amazing job as did all those involved!! I may have expressed a little more than a review but I feel it's important that NO ONE is made to feel like their loss has no value.

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