A Good Baby
|A Good Baby|
|Directed by||Katherine Dieckmann|
|Produced by||Lianne Halfon
|Written by||Leon Rooke
|Music by||David Mansfield|
|Edited by||Katherine Dieckmann
|Distributed by||Curb Entertainment|
|December 1, 2000|
A Good Baby is a 2000 drama film directed by Katherine Dieckmann. The film was produced by Lianne Halfon, Tom Carouso, Aileen Argentini and Derrick Tseng. The script was written by Dieckmann and Leon Rooke. The film stars Henry Thomas played Raymond Toker, a young loner. The other casts were David Strathairn, Cara Seymour, Danny Nelson, Jayne Morgan, Allison Glenn, Jerry Foster, Jerry Rushing, Emilie Jacobs and Hannah Grady.
A young loner wandering the back roads of North Carolina comes across an abandoned baby. He immediately starts seeking the baby's parents, but starts developing a bond with the child that explores his own isolated roots. In true bad guy fashion, a traveling salesman appears and truths about the baby's origin start to unravel.
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