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Audrey's Rain (2003)

Jean Smart and Richard Gilliland star in "Audrey's Rain" for Hallmark. Jean plays Aunt Audrey, who took in her sister's two kids after her sister's recent suicide.

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Audrey Walker
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Terry Lloyd
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Young Audrey
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Strange Woman
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Audrey's Father (flashback sequence)
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Alfie
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Tye Powell
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Missy Flanders
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Charlotte
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Paul
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Minster #1
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Reverend Cole
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Terry Lloyd return to his rustic native town and spots his first love, spinster Audrey Walker, who turned down a life as couple to take care of her handicapped sister and recently adopted a sibling's young kids. Audrey's confident, spinster waitress Missy, is determined to help rekindle the spark, and the rascals get along great with the potential father figure. Written by KGF Vissers

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Too Many Stories In One
6 September 2004 | by (San Diego, CA) – See all my reviews

I'm not sure what movie the producers/director were trying to make. No foundation was built to tell the story.

Tunneling exposition is a valid literary tool, but it was not well-used here. It merely created a situation where there was little to no character development.

Was this a story where a woman had to give up a love to care for her mentally retarded sister? A story where a sister had to give up her life to care for her suicidal sister's kids? Was this a story of lost love? Was this a story of guilt for a sister's suicide? Unfortunately, it was all of the above...with unhappy kids and a dysfunctional friend poorly played by the badly cast and underused Carol Kane thrown in for good measure.

Even worse, somehow this old boyfriend of 20 years ago is supposed to be the savior of them all. Only to the emotionally stunted, which Audrey is, I suppose.

The acting is okay. The production values are OK. The camera work is OK. The story is stupid and sadly wasteful.

4 out of 10.


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