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Lou 6 years ago
Interesting idea testing the bonds of motherhood.Desperate ,determined relentless...
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The Forgotten is a 2004 American psychological thriller film, directed by Joseph Ruben and starring Julianne Moore. Most of the movie was filmed in New York City. The movie revolves around a woman who thinks that she lost her son in a plane crash 14 months ago, only to wake up one morning and be told that she never had a son. All of her memories are intact but with no physical evidence that contradicts the claims of her husband and psychiatrist, she sets out in search for solid evidence of her son's existence. It was produced by Revolution Studios for Columbia Pictures and was released in the United States and Canada on September 24, 2004. Telly Paretta believes that her son Sam died fourteen months ago, but her husband Jim tells her that she's delusional. Doctor Munce tells her that she's delusional and imagining a life that might have been. He recommends that she be sent to a hospital. She runs away and meets with a man (Ash) who she thinks is the father of her son's friend. At...
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