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Summers of love, September 17, 2002

Stealing Home DVD New Synopsis: A man recalls baseball, his father and his first love as a preppie in circa-1960 Philadelphia
What a wonderful movie and what a wonderful set of reviews. Stealing Home has definitely struck a chord with a lot of thinking, feeling people.

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What a wonderful movie and what a wonderful set of reviews. Stealing Home has definitely struck a chord with a lot of thinking, feeling people.
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She was older then him by almost 6 years. Their deal was to be best friends. When he was 10, she gave him a baseball pendant. This would always remind him that he was a ball player. When his father died the summer he was discovered by a scout, she was there for him to lean on. They became close. But who would be there for her? Katie was outwardly a rock, but inwardly a troubled and unhappy woman.In his mid thirties now, Billy Wyatt was in major slump. Not just a ball player slump, but a 14 year life slump. It was her death, that would once again, pull him back into life."Stealing Home" is one beautiful story that spans nearly 30 years. It is a story of family and friendship. A coming of age tale, that will be tugging at your heartstrings one moment and making you smile the next.It's a story of life. The cast is perfect and work well together. William McNamara is the teenage Bill, who has the most touching scenes with Jodie Foster, who plays Katie, an important and...
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One of my all-time favorites. I always believed that Stealing Home was unjustly overlooked by the viewing audience and critics alike. After reading the Amazon reviews, I realize that I was wrong. Clearly, the film has touched many people on a number of different levels. While Jodie Foster's screen time is limited, in my opinion, this film contains her finest performance to date (including her strong performance in The Courtship of Eddie's Father - TV series, not the film). Mark Harmon plays the lost soul to perfection (although he is not a very good smoker, a pet peave of mine, a non-smoker cannot fake it). Blair Brown, as always, rips it up. Fabulous cinematography. The film uses long shots to perfection, revealing inimate moments from afar rather than the standard close-up. This film reveals the emotion of the characters through their silent reflection, rather than explaining the same with a pile of unnecessary dialogue. A fine example of less is more. The only...
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