|Starring:||Julianna Margulies, Aidan Quinn, Stephen Rea, Alan Bates, Pierce Brosnan|
|Genre:||Drama - General|
|Run time:||1 hour 32 minutes|
|Rental release:||22 Sep 2003|
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Very enjoyableBy sparkie from BRISTOL, ENGLAND , 29 Jan 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]Pierce Brosnan, Julianna Marqulies, Alan Bates, Aidan Quinn, the list goes on... They were all very good but the very best has to be Sophie Vavasseur as Evelyn. Not trained to act and the better for it.
A true story... It left me wanting to know what happened next... I know it was Evelyn's story but did Doyle love Bernadette? Could they ever marry?
Did they live happily ever after? Too may questions left unanswered for me.
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An insightful drama, movingBy a customer from Exeter, England , 25 Nov 2011this was a great film
if anything it didn't get 5 stars for because it felt rushed
it was only 1h 30mins - i reckon you could have made it 2h and gone more in depth with the story - it was a great watch so i was left wanting more - really great
Another DayBy smellie (8 reviews) from Birmingham , 15 Sep 2009A very powerful and moving story which shows just how much a father will try to help his own child.
Growing PainsBy linnpark (8 reviews) from Johnstone , 18 Jun 2009Enjoyed this film from beginning to end. Unfortunately there are many similar stories of this type with the church heavily involved and found wanting but this one appears to have made it's mark politically and generated changes for the common good.
I thought Evelyn was a great wee actress. A wee gem!
evelynBy a customer from Sunderland , 24 Mar 2009enjoyable film, had me wanting to see that the main charactor got what he was fighting for,
A great watchBy Little Blondie from Gloucestershire , 23 Jan 2009This is a lovely little film based on a true story. Pierce Brosnan is great as the lead character and we were hooked from the opening sequence right through to the end. There is some humour too to lighten the mood and we really enjoyed the whole film - would recommend!