Secrets and sympathy make for a compelling 'Daughter'
If, as some say, we're as sick as the secrets we keep, then Dr. David Henry is seriously ailing. During a snowstorm in 1964, he delivers his wife's twins with the help of a nurse. The boy, Paul, is healthy, but little Phoebe has Down syndrome. Haunted by the loss of his own disabled sister, anxious to protect his wife ... (Full article: 625 words)
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