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Redwood Curtain

Redwood Curtain ★★½ 1995 (PG)

Geri Riordan (Salonga) is an Amerasian teenager, with a brilliant future as a concert pianist before her, until she becomes obsessed with learning about her past. Her wealthy adoptive father, Laird Riordan (Lithgow), provides understanding but no answers so she turns to her sympathetic Aunt Geneva (Monk), who lives in the redwood forest area of northern California. There Geri encounters homeless Vietnam vet Lyman Fellers (Daniels) and becomes convinced the troubled man is her birth father. Adapted from the play by Lanford Wilson; made for TV. 99m/ C VHS . Lea Salonga, John Lithgow, Jeff Daniels, Debra Monk, Catherine Hicks; D: John Korty; W: Ed Namzug; M: Lawrence Shragge. TV

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