M.A.D.D.: Mothers Against Drunk Driving
M.A.D.D.: Mothers Against Drunk Driving ★★½ 1983
Emotionally gripping movie recounts the story of Candy Lightner, who, after her daughter was killed in a drunk driving accident, founded M.A.D.D. and built it into a nationwide organization. Similar to “License to Kill,” which dramatized the effect that a drunk driving accident can have on the families of those involved. 97m/C VHS . Mariette Hartley, Paula Prentiss, Bert Remsen; D: William A. Graham; C: Dean Cundey; M: Bruce Broughton. TV
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