PG-13 | | Drama
The families of children who died, sue two companies for dumping toxic waste: a tort so expensive to prove, the case could bankrupt their lawyers.
It's like this. A dead plaintiff is rarely worth as much as a living, severely-maimed plaintiff. However, if it's a long slow agonizing death, as opposed to a quick drowning or car wreck, the value can rise considerably. A dead adult in his 20s is ...
when Uncle Pete turned down Jan and Gordon's request for a loan, they could have tried another bank.
The producers wish to thank the people of Boston, Waltham, Northbridge, Charlestown, Dedham, Brimfield and Palmer, MA.
$15,163,484 (USA) (10 January 1999)
$56,702,901 (USA) (2 May 1999)
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