Almost Home (DVD)
Rachel Baines is a mature, responsible 11-year old girl. Each afternoon, she makes the short trek home from the school bus stop while her mom, Valerie, is at work. Today though, she heads in a new direction when she meets her grandfather, Doyle, a recent widower who is on a walk from his nearby nursing home. Doyle convinces Rachel to join his mission to find Valerie; however, Doyle’s memory isn’t what it once was, and the two soon find themselves lost. Now, Valerie must enlist the help of friends, neighbors, and even the local police to find her father and her daughter before it’s too late.
SKU (UPC): 095163888275
Produced by: Entertainment One
Binding: Video DVD
Published: September 2015
Publisher: Bridgestone MultiMedia Group
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