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Finding Home (2003)



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Director Lawrence D. Foldes teams with producer Victoria Page Meyerink to weave a haunting tale of family tragedy and painful memories starring Geneviève Bujold, Louise Fletcher, and Lisa Brenner. Troubled by traumatic memories of being forcefully removed from her grandmother's serine New England bed and breakfast, Amanda is forced to return to the house of her childhood as the fragmented memories of her past slowly begin to come together. With past secrets relating to the events that simultaneously shaped her childhood and destroyed her family gradually rising to the surface, the betrayal of the past and her inexplicable hesitance towards the inn's young caretaker lead to a startling revelation that will bring three generations of blurred memories into sharp focus. As Exorcist star Jason Miller's last film, this was released posthumously.


Justin Henry
as Prescott
Jason Miller
as Lester Brownlow
Sherri Saum
as Candace
Jennifer O'Kain
as Young Esther
Laura Thoren
as Young Amanda
Kyle Gallner
as Young Dave
Alexandra Palmari
as Little Amanda
Sandy Ward
as Lobsterman
Sean Blodgett
as Delivery Boy
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Critic Reviews for Finding Home

All Critics (10) | Top Critics (5)

Honest and relevant, intense and riveting, it's a cause for rejoicing.

December 20, 2005
New York Observer
Top Critic

Bujold anchors the film and brings to it a crucial sense of multiple levels. She and Fletcher, although seen only in flashbacks as Esther, lend crucial support to Brenner, as do others. There's more to Finding Home than may meet the eye.

December 15, 2005
Los Angeles Times
Top Critic

[The film] moves slowly and deflates completely when the over-hyped family secret turns out to be a dramatic dud.

Full Review… | December 15, 2005
L.A. Weekly
Top Critic

It's an utter mess, I don't know what it was about, it drove me crazy.

November 21, 2005
Ebert & Roeper
Top Critic

What happens between these characters might be incredibly traumatic for them, but there's little in it for us.

Full Review… | August 5, 2005
Boston Globe
Top Critic

Thomas Wolfe may have been right when he said you can't go home again. But, in this case, you really shouldn't.

Full Review… | February 25, 2006

Audience Reviews for Finding Home

Even though the acting is not that good this movie still was pleasurable. Maine is beautiful. Definitely have to go there someday. A lot of drama in this movie.

Jennifer Torres
Jennifer Torres

The only good thing about this movie was Misha Collins. It was booooooooooooooooooooring!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Laura Pickrahn
Laura Pickrahn

Moves slowly and deflates completely when the over-hyped family secret turns out to be a dramatic dud. Still, it's an awfully pretty movie. Let's all summer in Maine.

Lee Mayo
Lee Mayo

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