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Family Sins (2004)

A seemingly respectable pillar of the community hides sickening secrets within the walls of her family home.

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Philip Rothman
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Nadine Devereaux
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Joey Geck
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Carol Geck
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A seemingly respectable pillar of the community hides sickening secrets within the walls of her family home.

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The world saw them as the perfect family. The law found some perfect criminals.

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Judge: [after convicting Brenda, her husband, and her son] By the time this state is done with you, Mrs. Geck, you will become one of two things: very old... or very dead. Get them out of my sight.
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Kirstie Alley Gives a Strong Performance
20 March 2004 | by See all my reviews

Bring it on and Kirstie Alley does and then some. Doesn't hit a false note in Family Sins. From her sunny suburban mom persona too the outright brutal cruelty w. her family, she is the master manipulator.

She is just bone chilling in this role. It was great to see her in top form and thought the supporting cast was stellar. Just check out the stepford children and the long suffering Marie and Nadine, not to mention the son-in-law unfortunate enough to marry into this mess.

While Will Patton doesn't give the strongest of performances, his role as the prosecutor out to "get the Gecks," is solid.

All in all a good film about a very tragic story.


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