Grace and Van come back to New Bedford early from their honeymoon on news that May is ill. Initially thinking that May is just being dramatic, Grace is heartbroken to see that her mother had a stroke, is paralyzed on the left side of her body and can barely speak. The question now remains is who will take care of May during her recovery period, May who needs around the clock supervision. Bob, the only surviving son, refuses to even come back to New Bedford unless his mother is on her deathbed. Honey, the martyr, wants to take primary responsibility as she feels she owes May, who paid for all her hospital bills. Max agrees that Honey should do her fair share, but also feels that she has a responsibility to take care of her own family and what priorities that entails. Grace feels responsible as May's daughter, but no one wants her to sacrifice herself in this, the early stage of her marriage, especially since she and Van were supposed to live in Toronto. Maisey wants to do her share as ...
Did You Know?
The movie playing at the local theater, "A Troubled Mind", does not exist in real life. And the two stars of the movie as listed on the marquee are the names of two of the crew for this show: Glen Creswell
is the transportation coordinator and Mary Hagerman
is the key make-up artist. See more