Custody (2016) 1080p

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Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
English 2.0  
Run Time:
104 min
IMDB Rating:
6.4 / 10 
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Directors: James Lapine [Director] ,

Movie Description:
The lives of three women are unexpectedly changed when they cross paths at a New York Family Court.


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NOT a Lifetime Movie

I guess people don't read the information given here about films, but this was not a Lifetime movie. It was shown on Lifetime, to be sure, but it was edited to fit in their time frame. The movie is 1 hour and 44 minutes long. Lifetime condenses movies to under 90 minutes to fit in all their commercials. So we who saw it on Lifetime did not see the complete movie. Also, the movie was made in Spain, which should have made it obvious it was not a Lifetime production.

Anyway, aside from the reviews from people who didn't understand the origins of this movie, I have to agree with most of the reviews of the movie itself. The acting was good, even if Catalina Moreno was a bit over the top sometimes. The story line was good, too, showing how family courts are often overworked and understaffed, leading to all people being treated the same, regardless of their circumstances.

My only complaint is that I wish I could see the entire movie, instead of the edited one shown on Lifetime.

Custody - Gives Insight For Today

Award winning writer/director James Lapine pulls out all stops with this full on study of the US Family Law Court: its employees, several various related services, & families involved with some of its outcomes. This quite powerful production has the look of a made for Cinema feature that went straight to TV. Performances are first class, as is the cinematography and music score. Lapine has included many story elements (too many perhaps?) giving it the feel of a pilot for yet another upcoming endless series (thank heavens it was all wrapped up in a feature) & while there are unresolved situations, we know enough to fill in the spaces. Good looking and absorbing - can recommend 'Custody' for any lover of dramatic studies that deal with contemporary social issues.

Very Believable !

I rarely comment on shows I watch but for some strange reason I felt I had to.I think all of the actors and actresses did an awesome job !It is not an action movie so if you're looking for that, you're out of luck.I enjoyed the story and each person cast seemed to fulfill their role brilliantly.Especially Viola Davis, wish they would have focused a little more on her issue and Hayden's we never really got closure . . . . Overall excellent, can't really say a bad thing about it.
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