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Audience Rating: Unrated (Not Rated)
Format: Multiple Formats
Item Dimensions: Array
Label: Echo Bridge Home Entertainment
Manufacturer: Echo Bridge Home Entertainment
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publisher: Echo Bridge Home Entertainment
Region Code: 1
Release Date: 2015-06-23
Running Time: 388
Studio: Echo Bridge Home Entertainment
From within a shed on the Guthrie property, a young girl screams. Deaf, abused and locked away by her dreadful stepfather, Alice (Patricia Arquette) seems doomed to a life of misery. But when Ellie Perkins (Reese Witherspoon) discovers that her neighbor is in trouble, she recruits her older brother and father (Beau Bridges) to rescue Alice. Together the Perkins family teaches Alice about happiness and helps her get the education she so desperately needs. But not everyone wants Alice to succeed, and when her stepfather gets wind of her activities, he's prepared to lock her up for good.
Since the birth of her special needs son, David, Sally Goodson has spent every waking moment caring for him. Her devotion has come at a price, leaving her estranged from her daughter, divorced from her husband and the victim of incessant apprehension from her sister. But the time has finally come for Sally to try to live a normal life, even if it's not under normal circumstances.
Bruno isn't like the other boys at his Catholic school. Preferring dress-up to hockey, it's hard for his peers, his teachers and his father to accept his imaginative worldview. Luckily for Bruno, a new friend with a similar flamboyance joins his class and, with the encouragement of his mother and grandma, the pair embraces their individuality in this hilarious coming-of-age comedy.
Who Loves the Sun
Daniel and Will used to be best friends...until Will caught Daniel sleeping with his wife and took off without a trace. Five years later, Will returns. He and Daniel try to repair their relationship, but Maggie's presence only makes things worse. While they work through their issues, the three friends hope that time can heal all wounds—even the deep ones.