Follow the Stars Home
Follow the Stars Home ★★½ 2001
Dianne (Williams) falls for charming fisherman Mark McCune (Close), they get married, and she's soon pregnant. But when Dianne learns that their baby daughter will be born will severe disabilities, Mark can't cope and leaves her. Flash forward six years, with Dianne making a lifefor herself and Julia—aided by her mother (Brown) and Mark's steadfast pediatrician brother, David (Scott), who obviously loves her. Then an accident brings Mark back into their lives, but will Dianne make a different choice this time? Based on the novel by Luanne Rice. A Hallmark Hall of Fame production that's a predictable tearjerker. 97m/C VHS, DVD . Kimberly Williams, Campbell Scott, Eric Close, Blair Brown, Alexa Vega, Roxanne Hart; D: Dick Lowry; W: Sally Robinson. TV
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