After Jimmy

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After Jimmy
Written by Judith Fein
Cynthia Saunders
Directed by Glenn Jordan
Starring Meredith Baxter
Bruce Davison
Peter Facinelli
Mae Whitman
Music by Patrick Williams
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Executive producer(s) Aaron Spelling
E. Duke Vincent
Producer(s) Glenn Jordan
David A. Simmons (associate producer)
Robert Bennett Steinhauer (co-producer)
Cinematography Neil Roach
Editor(s) David A. Simmons
Running time 99 minutes
Distributor Spelling Television
Holiday Productions
Original network CBS
Original release September 24, 1996

After Jimmy is a 1996 CBS TV movie, based on a true story, starring Meredith Baxter as a woman, with her family, mourning the suicide death of her teenage son. As of 2008, the film has not been released on video or DVD.


Depressed eighteen-year-old Jimmy Stapp commits suicide by shooting himself in the head with his father's gun. His family (mother Maggie, father Sam, and two young siblings Billy and Rosie) struggles to deal with life, amid questions of why they didn't see the signs sooner and what could have precipitated suicide. Both parents grieve very differently in the aftermath, which divides them as they search for a way to bring their family back together.


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