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Staying Together [1989 film]

by Lee Grant (Director)

Other authors: Sean Astin (Actor), Stockard Channing (Actor)

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After their father abruptly sells the beloved family-owned restaurant that has employed them for years, the charismatic McDermott boys find themselves at odds with their parents and each other. But when an unexpected tragedy befalls the family, they are forced to confront their differences and adult responsibilities as they learn about love, sex, loyalty and the true meaning of brotherhood.… (more)
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After their father abruptly sells the beloved family-owned restaurant that has employed them for years, the charismatic McDermott boys find themselves at odds with their parents and each other. But when an unexpected tragedy befalls the family, they are forced to confront their differences and adult responsibilities as they learn about love, sex, loyalty and the true meaning of brotherhood.

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