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Daniel's Daughter
     

Daniel's Daughter

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Director: Neill L. Fearnley

Cast: Laura Leighton, Sebastian Spence

 
Laura Leighton stars as Katherine, a successful New York magazine editor who is about to marry a wealthy businessman in what is set to be the biggest society event of the year. When her estranged father dies and she finds that his last request was for her to spread his ashes in her tiny Massachusetts hometown of New Kerry, she reluctantly leaves her job and wedding

Overview

Laura Leighton stars as Katherine, a successful New York magazine editor who is about to marry a wealthy businessman in what is set to be the biggest society event of the year. When her estranged father dies and she finds that his last request was for her to spread his ashes in her tiny Massachusetts hometown of New Kerry, she reluctantly leaves her job and wedding planning to handle the annoyance, bringing along her tireless assistant for support. Once there, she begins to learn that there may have been more to her father than she believed, and that there may be more for her in life that what she thought she wanted -- especially when she meets New Kerry lawyer Connor Bailey (Sebastian Spence).

Product Details

Release Date:
02/10/2009
UPC:
0796019818148
Original Release:
2008
Rating:
NR
Source:
Cypress
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Time:
1:30:00
Sales rank:
13,906

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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Daniel's Daughter
1. Danny Boy [6:35]
2. Pushing Yourself [10:32]
3. I Have to Do This [8:57]
4. Stuck In the 20th Century [7:22]
5. So, Your Back [6:00]
6. What Happened Exactly? [11:47]
7. How She Does It [8:00]
8. Let's Get Back to Work [8:42]
9. I'll Do It [9:06]
10. You Do Not Walk Alone [4:42]
11. Cross Examination [7:24]
12. End Credits [1:01]

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Daniel's Daughter 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
ginnie More than 1 year ago
Great story about learning what is really important and finding your true self.