PG | | Adventure, Drama, Family
The song "10,000 Miles" is originally an 18th century folk ballad. It was recorded by Mary Chapin Carpenter specifically for this movie, and was subsequently released on her CD "Party Doll and Other Favorites" (1999).
Amy? It's your dad.
Amy Alden: Dad?
Thomas Alden: I came down from Canada. I've come to take you home.
Amy Alden: Where's Mom?
Thomas Alden: Um...
Amy Alden: Mum died, didn't she?
Though based on events which happened in 1988, the film is not set then, so perceived anachronisms are irrelevant.
$4,708,044 (USA) (13 September 1996)
$24,506,082 (USA) (10 January 1997)
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