Immediate Family
Release: October 27, 1989

For Linda and Michael Spector, they seem to have the mature and perfect life: married for over ten years, successful in their careers, living in a beautiful home, and have everything that it takes to be parents...but are unable to have any children of their own. Desperate to start a family, the couple turns to an adoption agency and are soon introduced to Lucy Moore who, at 17, is expecting, but neither her nor boyfriend, Sam are ready for a baby. Once they meet, the Spectors and young Lucy agree to the adopting of the child and spend time together getting to know one another and finding a unexpected common bond between them. But things don't go as for after the arrival of Sam (to check the potential parents out, he says), and eventually the baby's birth, Lucy begins to express doubts about signing away custody. starring Glenn Close and James Woods; co-starring Mary Stewart Masterson [in her NBR-winning role], and Kevin Dillon [in his YA-nominated role]. Jonathan Kaplan directs from the script by Barbara Benedek. Produced by Midge Sanford & Sarah Pillsbury; Executive Producer: Lawrence Kasdan. Music by Brad Fiedel. a Lawrence Kasdan production, with Sanford/Pillsbury Productions, for Columba Pictures. Filmed around Vancouver and Seattle from November 2, 1988 - February 17, 1989. Approved [#29907]/rated PG-13.

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