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  • And this married couple, together with their newborn would have a nightmare of a lifetime

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      The movie, The Hand That Rocks The Cradle is one of the first few movies when I watched during my early teenage years and I caught the movie on TV actually when it was aired. It made me realize how a psychopath could

      come in various forms, even in the appearance of a nice, gorgeous and seemingly kind nanny. Rebecca De Mornay plays the psycho and Annabella Sciorra and Matt EcCoy starred as well.

      This is a powerful thriller drama, in a home setting. And this married couple, together with their newborn would have a nightmare of a lifetime. Like most psycho movies, the storyline would have a seemingly promising and bright future and happy ending. That seems to be for this married couple with their newborn and ...


      • The Hand That Rocks The Cradle
      Annabella Sciorra’s character seemed scarred by the fact that her obstetrician is kind of sexual. So being humiliated publicly by Anna’s character, he killed himself, which leads to the psycho nanny, whom is his dead widow trying to abstract revenge on the sweet
      and innocent family.

      There are lots of scenes that I was watching and I just felt like coming into it and warning Anna’s character that she’s going to pay a lot for being careless in overlooking the nanny’s character. Powerful, and the story settings were mostly indoors.




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