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Joanne Woodward gives an absolutely amazing performance as Mary Follet!!!! I can't stress enough how amazing her performance was. I was left breathless.
It's about Mary Follet (Woodward ofcourse). She's married, she has a five year old son and she's pregnant. Her husband gets a call that his father is sick. He goes to see him and He's supposed to come back the next night--but instead he gets killed in a car accident. So there she is, with her parents and extended family, with a five year old son and another baby on the way. If you want to see an incredibly performance that will leave you breathless, see this movie!
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