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With help from his neighbour, Uncle Frank has unofficially raised his niece Mary in his modest Florida home since his sister’s untimely death. Like her mother, Mary has a remarkable mathematical gift, but Frank attempts to give her as ‘normal’ an upbringing as he can. After enrolling at a local primary school, Mary’s gifts are discovered, and without Frank’s consent, the school principal contacts her grandmother to tell her of the situation. This sets a bitter custody battle in motion, in which the grandmother fights for Mary to be given the opportunity to reach her full potential, but with the cost of moving to the other side of the country and entering private education, away from her uncle.
This powerful drama about a couple's divorce and bitter custody battle over their son won an Oscar for Best Film in 1979.
11+ years 100 mins
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