Then She Found Me (2007)
Critic Consensus: A threadbare story anchored by strong performances, Then She Found Me is a mostly successful directorial debut by Helen Hunt.
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as April Epner
as Bernice Graves
as Frank Harte
as Trudy Epner
as Dr. Masani
as Jimmy Ray
as Mother #1
as Mother #2
as Trudy Jr.
as Principal Petticord
as Bernice Fan
as Girl in Freddy's Bed
as Male Partner #1
as Male Partner #2
as Woman in Her 20s
as Woman in Her 30s
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Critic Reviews for Then She Found Me
Unexpectedly sharp, light and appealing; a testament to Hunt's skills behind the camera.
Hunt's film does soften the heart, not least because of its honesty and its sensitivity to some unfashionable dilemmas.
From the looks of things, the actors were simply let loose as themselves.
Suffers from, if anything, a lack of pure confidence in the story, the actors or the audience.
Hunt draws some good performances from the cast and wisely chose a low-key personal story for her directorial debut.
Audience Reviews for Then She Found Me
If you are a romantic, you will like this movie. The main characters are all going through major changes in their lives - April's marriage is falling apart and the is 39 with no kids; Bernice is feeling left out of the daughter she gave up as an infant; Frank is having difficulty raising his kids. The movie takes all these issues and more and ties them up in a neat bow.
The movie has a good cast, a ton of perspectives about love, life, relationships and the seeds parents sow. If your looking for a film with acoustic guitars, family matters, and good tempo without being unrealistic then watch "Then She Found Me".
Interesting movie. I didn't know if I was liking it much until I got towards the end. The film grows slowly on you. By the end credits I was totally digging the film and was elated with the ending...
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