Someone Else's Child (1994)

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Ten years after the birth of her son, Corey Maddow discovers an awful truth: Her son was switched at birth. After deciding to keep the child she's raised, she goes on a search for her ... See full summary »


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16 November 2003 | baldwidow
dramatization based on a true story
This movie is based on the true story of baby boys switched at birth. Ten years later, when a paternity test reveals the situation, Cory Maddox wants to find out where her birth son is. I won't tell about all the twists in this story. The bizarre turns are TRUE, but I would like to know what the REAL drama was. This movie uses the typical drama of callous reporters, angry busybodies and bigoted friends.

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