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Griffith and Fehr

"And Baby Will Fall" review by Suzanne
premieres Sunday, January 23, 2011, at 8:00 pm ET/5:00 pm PT on Lifetime Movie Network.

This is a good, suspenseful movie that twists and turns and has many surprises. It may even shock you with how it turns out. I enjoyed it a lot. The acting was very good, and the writing kept me interested. I was not bored at all. There was one point where I even gasped aloud.

This is the type of movie you will often see on Lifetime. It has a lot of women in it, but it does not make the women victims, nor is it the kind of movie that only women will enjoy. Anyone would like it. It's just plain good drama.

Anastasia Griffith is great as the pregnant heroin Ivy. You may recognize her from the series Trauma, or from Royal Pains, which she joined this past year. Brendan Fehr is her husband, and a large part of the movie makes you look at him suspiciously. Is he a bad guy or not? Clea DuVall plays a girl that they knew in high school. She always reminds me of the actress from CSI, Jorja Fox. Everyone does a good job. There's a hard-nosed detective involved in the story, and he is kind of creepy, too. I'm not sure who plays him, but I will try to find out. Also, there doesn't seem to be a website yet for the movie, but I will link to it when they put it up.

This movie is based on a novel by Hallie Ephron, "Never Tell a Lie". I hope you enjoy the movie as much as I did!

Press Release:

Anastasia Griffith, Clea Duvall and Brendan Fehr HEADLINE LIFETIME MOVIE NETWORK’S

 AND BABY WILL FALL

 Original Thriller Premieres January 23, 2011

And Baby Will Fall premieres Sunday, January 23, 2011, at 8:00 pm ET/5:00 pm PT on Lifetime Movie Network, Lifetime’s sister network.

 Lifetime Movie Network kicks off 2011 with a special delivery when Anastasia Griffith (Royal Pains, Trauma), Clea DuVall (Heroes, Lifetime’s The Watch) and Brendan Fehr (Bones, CSI: Miami) star in the world-premiere of And Baby Will Fall - based on the critically acclaimed novel, Never Tell A Lie, by Hallie Ephron. 

ABOUT AND BABY WILL FALL

The chilling thriller follows happily married high school sweethearts, Ivy (Griffith) and David Ross (Fehr), as they prepare for the birth of their long awaited first child, after years of trying and several miscarriages.  Ivy’s almost to term when the couple holds a yard sale to clear out old belongings, and an old high school classmate, Melinda White (Duvall), happens upon them…coincidentally enough, she is also pregnant.  A few days later, Melinda is reported missing and all the bloody clues point to David.  Could Ivy’s faithful, loving husband been having an affair with Melinda all along?  As the story unfolds, dark secrets in Melinda’s past come to light and Ivy finds herself living in a nightmare.

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