27 July 2005 | tiggercuffs
acting of the highest caliber, Urich's best performance
This is a must for all fan's of Robert Urich, its his best performance over a long career and a must see for both the visual direction and the music score. The director has made sure that both play on your emotions and heart.
The pain is both visible and physical and it show's the torment a family goes through when you lose someone close to you and there is nothing anyone can do. To see the pain on Robert Urich's face when he realizes (as we all do, too late) that there was so much to be said but so little time to do it.
The children are convincing and not melodramatic and David Kieth exudes hatred and pure evil in a role which he must have reveled in.
Shame there are no extras regarding the film or actors on the DVD that has since been released.
The story is mediocre but it doesn't stagnate, it builds strength in the actors and actually becomes believable even to the silly but obvious showdown between Robert Urich & David Keith.
It show's that actors of Urich's caliber are few and hard to find and he will surely be missed.