The Memory Keeper's Daughter

The Memory Keeper's Daughter

During a blizzard in 1964, Dr. David Henry delivers his son Paul with the help of nurse Caroline. But when Henry realizes his wife is also carrying a girl with Down syndrome, he hands the second child over to Caroline without his wife's knowledge. Henry's fateful decision yields grave consequences for his family over the next 20 years.

A father separates his son from his twin sister at birth to prevent him and the mother from knowing she was born with Down syndrome. Based on the novel by Kim Edwards. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Memory Keeper's Daughter torrent reviews

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Lucie F (de) wrote: Mais interessante pelo tema e pela biografada do que como filme, propriamente.

Elise P (jp) wrote: Mildly humorous at times, this film is just trying too hard to be bad and ending up just plain bad. It works as a horrifying (in the filmic sense) remake of Jaws, I wouldn't bother watching, it doesn't reach any good cheesiness, it just plays like a tv movie, the acting terrible, really, really bad CGI, but not funny enough to be worth it.

Massimo B (jp) wrote: Vale la pena di essere visto proprio perche' e' stato censurato.

Allan C (br) wrote: I've always liked this little bit of LA noir, though I was never quite sure what it was about this film that always stuck in my memory. George Raft gives one of his usual stiff performances. The story is a fairly straightforward detective yarn about a murdered womanizing composer. The cops think it was suicide, but detective Raft thinks it may have been one of his many lady friends who killed him. And director Edwin L. Marin does a competent if unspectacular job steering the film. But re-watching this time around, I think I put my finger on what it is that was so memorable, the set design. In particular, the murdered composers home overlooking the ocean is great. The other really memorable one is a photographer's studio, where a another body turns up. The Brown Derby also shows up and there are some cool looking night clubs as well. Oscar winner Robert F. Boyle was the film's production designer and looking at his credits, he worked on some real classics including "North by Northwest," "Cape Fear," "The Thomas Crown Affair," "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" and "In Cold Blood" to name a few. "Nocturne" is not a film noir classic like "Out o the Past" or "Touch of Evil" but it is one that's always stuck in my memory.

Lise L (au) wrote: I love this one! Funny, cynical, mad, beautiful. Nicolas Cage at his very, very best. The opening title sequence is epic.

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