Invisible Child

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Overview

Writer Ron Bass and director Joan Micklin Silver combine their melodramatic tendencies for the Lifetime movie Invisible Child. The story involves a woman, Annie Beeman (Rita Wilson), who has somehow developed a mental condition where she believes she has an imaginary daughter named Maggie. Amazingly enough, her husband, Tim (Victor Garber), and daughter, Rebecca (Mae Whitman), play along with her for five years. Their son, Sam (David Dorfman), is too young to understand and he grows up actually believing that ...
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Overview

Writer Ron Bass and director Joan Micklin Silver combine their melodramatic tendencies for the Lifetime movie Invisible Child. The story involves a woman, Annie Beeman (Rita Wilson), who has somehow developed a mental condition where she believes she has an imaginary daughter named Maggie. Amazingly enough, her husband, Tim (Victor Garber), and daughter, Rebecca (Mae Whitman), play along with her for five years. Their son, Sam (David Dorfman), is too young to understand and he grows up actually believing that Maggie is real. Eventually they hire an English nanny, Gillian (Tushka Bergen), who brings a rational perspective to the situation. They all work together to save the family and rid Annie of her delusions.
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Special Features

Full frame; Interactive menus; Scene access; Trailer; Star biographies
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/18/2003
  • UPC: 808630235621
  • Original Release: 1999
  • Rating:

  • Source: Starlight Video
  • Aspect Ratio: Pre-1954 Standard (1.33.1)
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:33:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 94,051

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Rita Wilson Annie Beeman
Victor Garber Tim
Mae Whitman Rebecca
David Dorfman Sam
Tushka Bergen Gillian
Technical Credits
Joan Micklin Silver Director
Ronald Bass Original Story
Victoria Dolceamore Score Composer
David Field Original Story, Screenwriter
Marcy Gross Executive Producer
Ann Weston Executive Producer
Jay Weston Executive Producer
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Opening Credits [3:36]
2. The Interview [7:53]
3. First Dinner [8:01]
4. The Park [5:21]
5. Advice [11:40]
6. Parent's School Visit [7:13]
7. How It Started [7:25]
8. Maggie Is Missing [4:23]
9. Invasion of Privacy [14:39]
10. Child Protection Hearing [14:13]
11. Saying Goodbye [5:03]
12. End Credits [1:12]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Play Feature
   Scene Index
   Biographies
      Rita Wilson
      Victor Garber
      Tushka Bergen
      Mae Whitman
   Credits
   View Titles
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