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To Gillian On Her 37Th Birthday

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1996
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92 min
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Plot: Peter Gallagher stars as David Lewis, a widower whose refusal to accept his wife's death threatens to destroy his own life. Although the gorgeous Gillian (Michelle Pfeiffer) died in a boating accident on her birthday two years before, David refuses to let go, spending much of his time fixating on her spirit (which to him seems real), and shutting himself off from those around him. Meanwhile his 16-year-old daughter Rachel (Claire Danes) feels angry, insecure and neglected. At a family reunion on Nantucket Island with his sister-in-law Esther (Emmy Award winner Kathy Baker) and family, relationships are re-examined and truths revealed. David realizes he must do everything in his power to regain his daughter's love-even if it means letting go of Gillian.
Rated PG-13 by the Motion Picture Association of America.

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