Man, Woman and Child (1983) - Rotten Tomatoes

Man, Woman and Child (1983)

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In this melodramatic story, a college professor and his family experience trauma and tears when the professor discovers that his one-time lover in France has recently died and left a son behind -- his son. When the young boy shows up on the doorstep because the shocked father can only do what is right and offer him a home, the professor (Martin Sheen), his wife (Blythe Danner), and their children -- as well as the boy -- face new issues in a crisis that threatens the once-cohesive family. Both Sheen and Danner carry their roles beyond the sappy limitations of the script, but neither can change an unsatisfactory ending meant only to bring out another handkerchief.

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Cast

Martin Sheen
as Bob Beckwith
Blythe Danner
as Sheila Beckwith
Sebastian Dungan
as Jean-Claude
David Hemmings
as Gavin Wilson
Nathalie Nell
as Nicole Guerin
Arlene McIntyre
as Jessica Beckwith
Missy Francis
as Paula Beckwith
Billy Jacoby
as Davey Ackerman
Ruth Silveira
as Nancy Ackerman
Randolph Dreyfuss
as Shakespeare Student
Dennis Redfield
as TWA Clerk
Anne Bruner
as TWA Stewardess
Eve Douglas
as TWA Stewardess
Lorraine Williams
as Woman at Bar-BQue
Mark E. Boucher
as Soccer Player
David E. Boucher
as Soccer Player
Homer Taylor
as Basketball Player
Billy Jayne
as Davey Ackerman
Jan Stratton
as Faculty
John Wyler
as Faculty
Lila Waters
as Faculty
James Beach
as Faculty
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Man, Woman, and Child is a sturdy drama about extending the circle of a family's love.

August 19, 2004 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…

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