Surviving Family (2012)

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When Terry Malone shows up unannounced on her father's doorstep - with her fiancé and a plan to get married in 5 days - she learns that she's not the only one with secrets.

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  • Katherine C. Hughes as Lily Fulton in a scene from Surviving Family
  • Tara Westwood (left), Katherine C. Hughes (center), and PJ Sosko as the Fulton family.
  • Tara Westwood (left), who stars as Jean Malone Fulton, with director Laura Thies.
  • Phyllis Somerville with her Best Supporting Actress award from the 2012 Golden Door InternationalFilm Festival.

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19 July 2017 | rjohnson-52
Celebrating Family
Dear Mara Lesemann, Thanks so much for sharing "Surviving Family" with us! We loved it. We laughed and cried. The characters are so real and believable. I love getting absorbed in a film like yours, and feeling empathy for the characters, and really wanting them to fight through the pain of the past to get back to the joys of living. The interaction between the siblings rings so true -- love and annoyance and familiarity and clinging to past impressions. It makes me want to reach out to my siblings, and reminds me that we all go through the whole range of good and bad, but that our families are our permanent past of which we must make the best, for the sake of our future. Keeping creating and sending out your messages of art to the world, because it is stuff we all need to hear. And tell Carlo Fiorletta that his performance reminded me of the time that he was my supervisor at BT (just kidding, there were no nuns there...)

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