As Constance (Natasha Richardson) and Nina (Toni Collette) gather at the deathbed of their mother, Ann (Vanessa Redgrave), they learn for the first time that their mother lived an entire other lifetime during one evening 50 years ago, one she kept secret all their lives. In vivid flashbacks, the young Ann (played by Claire Daines) spends one night with a man named Harris (Patrick Wilson), whom she'd remember so many years later as the love of her life. As her daughters try to face the loss of their mother and the struggle to be happy in their own lives, they piece together an idea of love, happiness, and the woman they called their mother.~Cammila Collar
One Weekend by The Sea: Remembering Evening The Making of Evening
An "Evening" of Poetic Style - A star-studded film that is almost like watching a poem. It is the moving story of a dying woman (played brilliantly by Vanessa Redgrave) whose life took many pivitol turns during one fateful summer day in the 1950s (outstandingly played by Claire Danes). It reveals that we may all look back and remember regrets and mistakes, but also hold on to the love of family and friendships.
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Sweet romance and tragedies. Good movie to watch with your sister or mother. :D