Sarah, Plain and Tall: Winter's End

Settled in for a cold Kansas winter, the Witting family receive a visit from a mysterious stranger who announces himself as John (Jack Palance), the father of hard working farmer Jacob Witting (Christopher Walken). Abandoning Jacob and his mother long ago, there is a great rift between the men, with Jacob bitter about his father's lack of family commitment. Disheartened by growing tensions, Sarah (Glenn Close) is challenged to reconcile the men and do everything possible to reunite Jacob and John for the sake of the three children - Anna, Caleb, and Casey - who have never known the love of a grandfather. Adapted from Patricia MacLachlan's much-loved book, "Sarah, Plain and Tall: Winter's End" is a compelling rural drama about forgiveness and family life in the American mid-west during the early twentieth century.

Year: 1999
Genre: Drama, Children's & Family Theatre
Country: USA
Director: Glenn Jordan
Starring: Christopher Walken, Glenn Close, Jack Palance
Duration: 99 Minutes
Rating: G
Location in store: Drama



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