Family Sins (2004)

TV Movie   |  PG-13   |    |  Drama


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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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18 March 2004 | vchimpanzee
Kathleen Wilhoite great as abuse victim, Kirstie Alley made it easier to watch
This was such a terrible story. If it hadn't been Kirstie Alley playing this despicably cruel character, I don't think I could have watched it.

Kathleen Wilhoite did such a good job as a girl treated so harshly she apparently couldn't feel pain any more. She seemed almost happy with her life because she didn't know any better. That was just sad.

I'm not sure which would have been worse: that these people were real, or that someone could have been sick enough to make up this story. The latter, unfortunately, was true. I wish it hadn't been. Still an entertaining presentation.

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