The talented Gena Rowlands is, as usual, compelling, and Don Murray, an underestimated old hand, is also worth watching; however, the quality of the tape (it's twenty some years old) is a detraction, as well as the under par writing. Interesting to see the young Rob Lowe, of course, in one of his first roles. It's clear he will have a future. With Hallmark, one expects the overly sentimental, but one also should be able to count on a bit better writing. The siblings of Mr. Lowe's characters are never drawn out, in fact for the first half, it's unclear who they are. The redeeming features are the three main characters. Sadly, not what I expected.