Family Secrets
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Autumn 1978 in suburban Sweden. Everything seems to be fine with the middle class Bendrick family with their two teenage children and a younger son, until the mother starts seeing her first...... (Full plot summary below)

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Autumn 1978 in suburban Sweden. Everything seems to be fine with the middle class Bendrick family with their two teenage children and a younger son, until the mother starts seeing her first...

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San Francisco Chronicle - 8/10 by Bob Graham Cage gives a performance that invites audiences to lay cynicism aside in a romantic fable.
Philadelphia Inquirer - 8/10 by Carrie Rickey Cage and Leoni make it offbeat.
Mr. Showbiz - 7/10 by Cody Clark A warm, glossy holiday fable that hits some surprisingly sweet notes.
USA Today - 6/10 by Susan Wloszczyna Despite solid acting, it's a fantasy for those who don't know jack about what really makes for a wonderful life.
Newsweek - 6/10 by David Ansen What charm, quirkiness and warmth the movie possesses is due largely to them (Cage and Leoni).
Charlotte Observer - 6/10 by Lawrence Toppman A holiday fable that's not destined for immortality but goes down more easily than most of the pap Hollywood tries to feed us every Christmas.
Chicago Sun-Times - 6/10 by Roger Ebert Sweet, light entertainment, but could have been more.
Miami Herald - 5/10 by Sara Wildberger Sidesteps from the premise of "It's a Wonderful Life" far enough to avoid copyright charges, but not far enough to avoid unfavorable comparisons
Chicago Tribune - 5/10 by Mark Caro I didn't believe it, and I don't think the people who made The Family Man did either.
L.A. Weekly - 5/10 by Ella Taylor Has the airiness of a well-made souffle, springing delicate small surprises at calibrated intervals.
Austin Chronicle - 4/10 by Marrit Ingman A holiday film Joe Lieberman could love, unembarrassed by its wholesome, sugary pro-family message.
Village Voice - 4/10 by Michael Atkinson It's an easier movie to tolerate than it should be if, like me, you're in love with Téa Leoni, who, as a lithe, lusty, strangely patient firecracker Superwife in a shag, rescues the movie from the tar pit of irrelevance. With some decent lines, she could be the new Myrna Loy.

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