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 A 1976 American-Canadian film directed by Nicolas Gessner that focuses on thirteen-year-old Rynn Jacobs, a mysterious child whose dark secrets concerning her absent poet father are prodded by various nosy villagers in a New England town. The film, though predominantly a dramatic thriller, also blends elements of horror, mystery, and romance.
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CastMartin Sheen
DirectorNicolas Gessner
Release Date:  1976
MPAA Rating:  PG
DVD Release Date:  20th Century Fox Home Entertainment (January 31, 2006)
Runtime:  1hr 30min
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review by . May 14, 2000
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Pros: A little eerie and a little bizarre     Cons: .....     Ryan Jacobs lives all by herself in daddy's house. Daddy died a long time ago, but Ryan doesn't want anyone to know. She continues to pay the bills, keep the house up and go on with her life - just like daddy taught her.       The neighbors snoop around but Ryan insists daddy is out of town and they go on their merry way. She has her eye on boy next door, Mario, fantasizing about …
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