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Losing Isaiah (1995)

Published: [United States]: Paramount , 1995 Made available through hoopla
Series: Widescreen DVD collection
Description:  1 online resource (1 video file (approximately 106 min.)) : sd., col
Language:  English

Jessica Lange, Halle Berry, David Strathairn, Cuba Gooding, Jr, Samuel L. Jackson

Jessica Lange and Halle Berry give performances of uncommon poignancy and depth. Lange plays an adoptive mother who gives an abandoned child a new chance at life. Berry, in a remarkable portrayal heralded as her dramatic breakthrough, is the birth mother who cleans up her life and sets out to reclaim the child. Samuel L. Jackson (Pulp Fiction) portrays her firebrand attorney

Rated R

Mode of access: World Wide Web

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Families -- Drama
Adoption -- Drama
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eVideo download
Added--201712 hpla

Additional Credits:
Koch, Howard W., 1945-
Foner, Naomi
Gyllenhaal, Stephen
Lange, Jessica
Berry, Halle
Strathairn, David
Gooding, Cuba, Jr., 1968-
Jackson, Samuel L
Isham, Mark
Bartkowiak, Andrzej, 1950-
Margolis, Seth Jacob.
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