Saving Sarah Cain (2007)

PG   |    |  Drama


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A thirty-something columnist becomes legal guardian of her Amish sister's five children and ends up 'using' the kids' lives as stories for her column, causing them to feel betrayed, since they had believed she was truly concerned for them.


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28 April 2008 | trammie7
8
| I love this kind of movie
I loved the movie so much I watched it three times. It showed people in desperate, difficult situations, either from within themselves or from circumstances beyond their control, and how all those things were ultimately overcome. How could I not love it? It started with despair, pain, and betrayal, but further on everything changed with hope, comfort, understanding, and love. Most importantly, it had a point. If some missed it, maybe later, somewhere down their own road, they'll see what it was.

I would have given the film a 10 until I saw the deleted scenes on the DVD and thought they left the best parts of the story on the cutting room floor. Perhaps they were removed because the theme of family, love, and God might have been viewed as too strong, or one-sided, or forcing someone else's beliefs on the audience. Their absence may have caused some to regard it as 'sappy', or then again, maybe not. Each of us sees things from our own perspective. What I consider my loss - the deleted scenes, some others' loss (in my opinion) - what it was really all about.

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Release Date:

19 August 2007

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

Filming Locations

Kamas, Utah, USA

Box Office

Budget:

$2,349,352 (estimated)

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