I agree with everyone's comments, but I have to add that David Keith did a great job, too. I love the moment when he realizes what's going on with his sister and just sits there, dumbfounded, trying to find a way to explain what's going on so he doesn't have to believe that his sister is being abused. That is SO real. Most of us don't want to believe that something like that can happen in OUR families, and I think that is part of what makes this movie compelling.
Does anyone know if this movie is, or ever will be, available on DVD?
FYI- I, too, have wondered if Martina McBride's song was based on this movie. I haven't found any information on it, though.
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