Journey (1995 film)

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Journey
Based onJourney novel by Patricia MacLachlan
Written byPatrica MacLachlan
Directed byTom McLoughlin
StarringJason Robards
Brenda Fricker
Meg Tilly
Music byPatrick Williams
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
Production
Executive producer(s)Glenn Close
Richard Welsh
Producer(s)Brent Shields
CinematographyKees Van Oostrum
Editor(s)Scott Vickrey
Running time96 minutes
Production company(s)Hallmark Hall of Fame
Release
Original networkCBS
Original releaseDecember 10, 1995
Chronology
Preceded byRedwood Curtain
Followed byThe Boys Next Door

Journey is a 1995 American Hallmark Hall of Fame made-for-television drama film directed by Tom McLoughlin and starring Jason Robards, Brenda Fricker and Meg Tilly. The film aired on CBS on December 10, 1995.

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Jason Robards and Brenda Fricker starring as grandparents Marcus and Lottie who pick-up the pieces left behind by their restless daughter Min (Meg Tilly). When Min deserted her children and the family farm, her son Journey (Max Pomeranc) has nothing left but confusion. Despite gentle wisdom and help from his older sister Cat (Eliza Dushku), Journey cannot understand why his beloved family doesn't always live up to his expectations. Using his love of photography, Marcus recaptures Journey's past, and through love and determination, helps him understand that family is really just people who love you.

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