The Secret Path (1999) 1080p

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Genres:
Biography | Drama
Resolution:
1920*1072
Size:
1.57G
Quality:
1080p
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Language:
English 2.0  
Run Time:
120 min
IMDB Rating:
7.7 / 10 
MPR:
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Downloaded:
16
Seeds:
4
Peers:
3
Directors: Bruce Pittman [Director] ,


Movie Description:
The young daughter of an abusive grandfather finds happiness when she is with an older black couple. Her mother tries to overcome the family's problems, but is constantly beat back by her controlling father. —John Sacksteder

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Reviews

Thank you

I know the real little girl portrayed in this movie. I grew up with her. As an adult she would appreciate the comments about how you were moved by the movie. She was involved with the book in the hopes of helping people who went though similar situations. . If you have the time please read Childhoods Thief by Rosemary Evans.

A must see.

I saw this on Easter Sunday recuperating from a Bleeding Ulcer. This film moved Me so much that I purchased the DVD when it was available. Just showed it to some family members this past month for it is on Amazon Prime. Please watch.

every now & then a surprise comes out of the blue

This was an unadvertised gem put on in Australia as a trivial midday movie.

Viewing it reminded me of the impact that "Colour Purple" had when I watched it among a large audience many years ago. That movie profoundly affected me & others around me I observed. But this movie that I'd never heard of, clearly makes a similar impact but in its unique way on its individual subject matter.

I cannot understand why it was not glorified for the inspiring & dramatic suspense that unfolds effortlessly as the characters each do their thing, acting & reacting like ping pong balls in a vacuum. Nothing is contrived. But the willful spirit of the young girl who initially bewilders her wise Negro friends she meets by chance, proves to be a catalyst of emotion, both for the participants on screen, & viewers who are drawn to be MORE than passive detached observers.

"Chasing Secrets" ("The Secret Path") surely will leave a massive impact upon the soul of most anyone who dares to be open to a wonderfully uplifting experience of the best in humanity, even in such strongly adverse circumstances. One of the few times I have ever felt so moved was when I read Harper Lee's classic novel "To Kill A Mockingbird" which has echoed through my heart & soul occasionally, like a welcomed breeze, over the 20-25 years since!

The passion of this beautiful Negro lady, as protagonist of exceptional insight in her pain & past, supported by her soul-mate & husband in their lives of accumulated hardship, activated by her young unlikely friend evolving, transform the injustice layered in the drama, but even more so, the viewer, as the comments of other viewers here at the IMDb website, likewise reflect.

This magnificent movie is not to be missed!
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