And this is not the only illustration that Australia has furnished of a 'little one' becoming 'a thousand.
It is about a girl who loses her mother to cancer I think.
Before dying, her mother writes down her brothers address. The little girl then goes to this address and tells her uncle what has happened. Her uncle is a very poor man with already a child.
He then convinced his wife to take her niece under their care. His wife refuses but is forced to take her in. Both the mother and her daughter hate the girl and treat her badly. One day the mother kicks her out of the house or she is being sold or something.
The girl escapes but loses her shoe. She stops a random car as the kidnapper is chasing her down. The nice auntie gives the girl a pair of shoes too big for her and sends her back home. The auntie notices how badly the child is treated and remains in contact with her.
She feels such a great connection to this girl and decides to adopt her. Just as this was turning into a happy ending the auntie gets in a car crash and loses her memory.
The husband then pospones the adoption until years later when the cousin and little girl are teenagers the auntie awakes from a coma I think it was a coma The aunt sees this as an opportunity to lie and say he biological daughter is the little girl thinking this would offer her child a chance at a better life.
The uncle disagrees but it wavered by the fact the aunt will treat the protagonist better She had gone to her beach house often and put sticky notes on a pole. At the end when they reunite the now teenager and auntie are outside on the sidewalk.
The girl repressing auntie or something and the lady saying the name of the girl. I just remembered the auntie was also a painter. If that helps This was a pretty long drama that I remember watching on netflix but I thought it was very good. I would love to find it again if anyone can help 16th July Answer this I never take the time to go to these online forums and write a half page essay on what I remember about a drama It is really amazing.
Ive been looking for the tittle of this movie for years can someone help put a tittle to it? Its a old 80s or 90s lifetime film. A pregnant ladys husband suffers a severe permament brain injury from a sports game. She puts him in a special home and makes two lives for herself, she moves her and her son on a farm and raises him alone telling him his father was dead and visits her husband seperatly without her son until one day her son discovers his dad is alive and requests to meet him.
Thankyou in advance if anyone has seen this 16th July Answer this It may be a British setting. One daughter is a young women and the other is a young girl. She does stay for awhile but breaks away at the end with the other man a war hero comes to the home.
She almost lets him leave as the boyfriend is calling from the other room wanting to know who is outside.
She grabs her coat and steps outside to embrace the man she loves. I also remember stone houses and a barn lot with hogs.
Trying to remember movie where man finds young girl and raises her as his own. She writes real tiny. I think the man was a woodworker or a writer out in a cabin. At one point in the movie, they are in a court room for a custody issue and the girl puts something on her face to make herself cry to convince the judge to let her stay with the man that raised her.
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