Safe Harbor

Safe Harbor

Doug and Robbie are about to set sail on a long trip when they unexpectedly find themselves foster parenting a group of troubled teenage boys. The experience changes their lives for the better, and they decide to stay in town and run the foster home for boys permanently.

A man (Treat Williams) and his wife (Nancy Travis) postpone their sailing trip to care for some juvenile delinquents. The experience changes their lives for the better, and they decide to stay in town and run the foster home for boys permanently. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Gordon B (gb) wrote: This is one of several recent films that deal with borders, surveillance & immigration. using the visual language of Science fiction. Now if only Dealer's acting & script were stronger they might have had been an even more effective film

David O (fr) wrote: "I'm just a Pakistani who sells coffee and donuts." is the appearance of things, but of course, there's more. This movie makes you wonder what are the stories behind the men and women who serve the city day and night by the newstands and food carts. The vision of the movie has led us through the daily experience of Ahmad, the hard-working cart pusher. We learn of his haunted past, friendly encounters, and the reason for him to go on.

Levi D (us) wrote: Childhood movie. Makes me feel warm inside.

Andrew M (au) wrote: Spiders and alien DNA? Well, if you see this film, you KNOW it's going to be stupid. You KNOW it's an hour and a half of your life you may want back. But still, something compells you to see it. Something tells you, it might be good. Sadly, it's not. The acting is so wooden it should be sponsored by a timber mill. The spiders are worse looking than Burt Newton's toupee. Don't expect much.

Johanna M (jp) wrote: Great adaption of a classical theatre play. It was refreshing to a film where the text and the acting overshadowed the visual. Especially Wallace Shawn and Brooke Smith shined as uncle Vanya and Sonya.

Michael T (us) wrote: Much-admired filmmaker Bela Tarr will not be everyone's cup of tea, and many will find this film slow-moving but beautiful to look at.

Thomas P (au) wrote: Cagney makes this ring true and memorable. Enjoy.

Jeffrey P (de) wrote: Some scary parts for the kids, but otherwise a nice story with a good moral for the kids.