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Television Review

Secrets and sympathy make for a compelling 'Daughter'

Caroline (Emily Watson) helps Norah (Gretchen Mol) deliver twins, then takes the girl at the behest of David (Dermot Mulroney). Caroline (Emily Watson) helps Norah (Gretchen Mol) deliver twins, then takes the girl at the behest of David (Dermot Mulroney). (Chris reardon for lifetime)
By Matthew Gilbert
Globe Staff / April 12, 2008

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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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