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Love lost, love found, love betrayed. When Rose's secret past collides with her granddaughter's secret future and her daughter Patty's angry present, can the love of three generations be enough to accept decades of deceit. What happens that summer of 1960 when Louise and Zee enter the lives of Rose and Joe Muller. Fifty years at a lake home, one camera. With the discovery of a simple roll of film it begins.Written by
Jan Miller Corran
I watched the film with my wife because I've always admired Piper Laurie. At 85 she is still a great actress. Her portrayal of the love lost matriarch Rose who has to deal with her terribly unhappy daughter and confused grandchild is right on the mark. The music really got me. Those 60's tunes plus the background music that was composed add a lot to the film. Not every man will like this film. I just so happened to like is very much. Watch it.
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