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The Way Back Home (2008)


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MoviesDVD/DRAMA/WAYDue 05-07-15
Published: [United States] : Back Home Productions, c2008
Description:  1 videodisc (90 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in
ISBN/ISSN: 9780740316593, 0740316591,
Language:  English

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Originally released as a motion picture in 2006

Special features: Behind the scenes; music video; deleted scenes

Julie Harris, Ruby Dee, Michael H. King, Deezer D, Tessie Santiago, Danny Nucci, Mina Badie, Amy Landers

New York attorney Spencer Krane arrives in rural Florida to check on his grandmother, who has suffered a stroke. What begins as a brief visit becomes more of a journey of consequence. It is his time spent with his grandmother and her best friend that makes him realize he must come to terms with his past

Dove family approved; Dove Council seal of approval for children 12 and over


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Additional Credits:
King, Michael H
Sirmons, Paul
Badiyi, Reza
Harris, Julie, 1925-2013
Dee, Ruby
Deezer D
Santiago, Tessie
Nucci, Danny, 1968-
Badie, Mina
Landers, Amy
Bridgestone Group
Alpha Omega Publications
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Full Sail (Firm)
Valencia (Firm)
Back Home Productions, Inc
Forever More Films (Firm)

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