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  • Actors: Meredith Baxter, Diana Scarwid, Tom Amandes, Evan Rachel Wood
  • Format: Anamorphic, Dolby, PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 12
  • Studio: Infinity
  • DVD Release Date: 13 Oct. 2008
  • Run Time: 87 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001FWW0DM
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 34,949 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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New neighbour Dorothy McIntyre seems like the answer to Leah Garr s prayers. Leah, an ambitious career woman, wife and mother, urgently needs a companion and confidante for her insecure young daughter, Robin, while she pursues her career in another city. But is there an altogether darker side to this new guardian angel ? For starters, there s a hidden link between Dorothy and a tragic accident at Robin s summer camp, and as Dorothy s obsessive nature begin to surface, her grip on her terrified young charge tightens to breaking point. With her mother too far away to help, for Robin will this nightmare have terrifying consequences?

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A good TV movie and fine acting make this stand out rom the usual afternoon fare.The plot involves 2 school girls who become friends but one drowns through a terrible accident, the mother not wanting to know the real truth blames the other girl.
Fast forward a few months they move, different school and new friends.
Little do they know the greiving mother lives in the same appartment block, and as the other girl as never seen her has no idea who she is. She then starts to get into the little girls life, shopping trips, dinners etc, all innocent at first.
The innocent girls mother played by the ever dependable Meredith Baxter starts to become suspicious and starts to do a bit of digging, I can;t give away much more without compromising plot, but this builds to a edge of your seat ride, with an ending you never see coming.Highly recommended...!
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A made for TV Movie in which young 12 yr.old Robyn Garr(Evan Rachel Wood) lives with her parents Marcus (Tom Amandes-Boston Legal, Greys Anatomy) and Leah (Meredith Baxter-All the Presidents Men, Police Woman).Neither parents ever seem to be there for Robyn, especially Leah who is constantly flying to other cities as part of her job and as an effort to gain promotion. Leah wants to relocate the family to Denver but neither her husband or daughter wish to go.The stress this brings to the home causes untold arguments between the parents and Robyn asks if she can go to Summer Camp as a means to avoid this?
When Robyn goes she makes friends with a strange, quiet young girl but manages to bring the girl "out of herself" until tragedy strikes for which Robyn blames herself, and she returns home devastated.
A woman befriends the poor young girl while she is at this very vulnerable point and low-ebb and weaves her way into the young-girls daily life like a spider weaving its' web, also seemingly working her charms on Marcus who is only too happy to have someone to care for his daughter if he has a late night at the office AND his wife is away until her presence is so suffocating even young Robyn objects But what will happen when this woman, Dorothy McIntyre, or Cotton or whatever name she happens to give at any given time SNAPS?!
BUY THE DVD AND SEE - it really is worth it.
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This was a made for American TV play, which aired on the CBS channel in 1999. Supposedly based on a true story, 'Down Will Come Baby' tells the story of homely-looking Dorothy Cotton (Diana Scarwid), who befriends a young girl called Robin (Evan Rachel Wood), on a park bench. The lass is burdened down with a feeling of guilt following a recent accident which took place at a holiday camp, and the kindly adult offers her some advice. As coincidence would have it, she becomes her new neighbour, and almost like a mother to Robin whilst her real-life mum is out of the country following new work commitments. At first everything seems lovely, the woman cooks and helps the girl with her homework, and is very much a God send to Robin's father who is struggling with the weight of breaking up his daughter single-handedly, whilst holding down a busy job. However, things slowly begin to get more sinister, as that nice Mrs. Cotton's behaviour becomes more and more obsessive, and strange.

I watched this made-for-television film on holiday with my family, and we all really enjoyed it. I'll never understand why movies such as 'Down Will Come Baby' tend to get a bad rap, and are often considered as second or third rate productions, because this is a high quality, wonderfully slow-panning thriller which keeps the viewer engaged, and suspenseful as to what's going to happen next. Diana Scarwid's utterly convincing and eerie portrayal of the troubled Dorothy Cotton (clearly not the one from UK TV soap 'EastEnders') is truly fantastic, and my feelings towards her character were constantly shifting from the reviled to the sympathetic.

I believe that everything, right down from it's story and setting - to the acting, the script, and the direction was absolutely spot-on, and made for a first-rate television thriller, with an exciting, dramatic finale. If you do get the chance, then be sure to watch this one.
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Really good dvd to watch again and again
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I first saw this film when I was 12 and felt very grown up watching a (What I considered) horror film. The film while not as scary as it was when I first saw it still has it's creepy moments.

If anyone can find any information on the true story that inspired the film would be welcomed.
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Very good and I'm happy with it . Thanks
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true story so always interesting.
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Okay, but predictable.
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