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Based on the next book of the Dollanganger series , Petals on the Wind premiered on Lifetime on May 26, ,  earning 3.
Unlike the book, the film jumped ten years ahead from the events of Flowers. Production for the film began on February 25, , in Los Angeles.
On the premiere of the sequel, Lifetime announced the production of the two following books in the Dollanganger series, If There Be Thorns and Seeds of Yesterday , both which premiered in Both sequels were shot by cinematographer James Liston.
In order to achieve the timeless cinematic look, vintage anamorphic lenses were used to create more depth and atmosphere in the images. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Flowers in the Attic Genre Drama Romance Thriller Based on Flowers in the Attic by V. Andrews Screenplay by Kayla Alpert Directed by Deborah Chow Starring Heather Graham Ellen Burstyn Kiernan Shipka Mason Dye Ava Telek Theme music composer Mario Grigorov Country of origin United States Canada Original language English Production Executive producers Charles W.
Fries Lisa Hamilton-Daly Merideth Finn Tanya Lopez Michele Weiss Rob Sharenow Producers Harvey Kahn Damian Ganczewski Cinematography Miroslaw Baszak Editor Jamie Alain Running time 90 minutes Production companies Front Street Pictures, Inc.
Cue the Dog Productions Fries Film Company, Inc. Ava Telek as Carrie Dollanganger Maxwell Kovach as Cory Dollanganger Dylan Bruce as Bart Winslow Chad Willett as Christopher Dollanganger, Sr.
Beau Daniels as Malcolm Foxworth Andrew Kavadas as John Amos Don Thompson as the Train Conductor Tiara Moodley as passing by train passenger.
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Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy. Another 4 nominations. Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Heather Graham Corrine Ellen Burstyn Grandmother Kiernan Shipka Cathy Mason Dye Christopher Ava Telek Carrie Maxwell Kovach Cory Dylan Bruce Bart Winslow Chad Willett Dad Beau Daniels After their father dies, the teenage siblings, along with their younger brother and sister, are sent to live with their cruel grandmother, Olivia Louise Fletcher.
Olivia is disgusted by the children -- she knows their mother Victoria Tennant and father were actually cousins -- and locks the brood in the attic.
The kids then try to keep their spirits high in spite of their bleak situation. Now this film was re-shot and re-edited without the directors approval.
The producers harmed the narrative of the story because the test audience was appalled by the incest theme-however that is what drove the book sales and made it almost mandatory reading for the JR High Set.
Now the original version did "Stick close" to the source material. However when they tested the the film to girls around 13 they hated the scenes with incest themes.
THE FILM SHOULD OF BEEN FILMED AS A R RATED FILM. Well that is understandable but the book had already been around for over 5 years and the girls that first read the book were now old enough to see an R RATED FILM.
For years people have wanted to see the original directors cut. What is not known is who owns the film now? New World Cinema?
Now if they own the film do they own the outtakes? Most importantly if a company wants to fund the restoration of the directors cut can they? Is the footage still around?
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External Sites. User Reviews. The family is forced to move in with Corinne's wealthy parents, from whom she is estranged.
Upon arrival at Corinne's ancestral home, Foxworth Hall, the family is greeted coldly by Corinne's mother, Olivia, who sneaks them into a small bedroom connected to the attic.
The children are told they must remain hidden from their grandfather, Malcolm, and can never leave this room.
The older children, Cathy and Chris, attempt to make the best of the situation for their younger siblings, twins Carrie and Cory, by turning the attic into an imaginary garden.
They are dismayed when Corinne returns after meeting with her parents and they see she has been savagely whipped. Corinne confesses that the children's dead father was her father's half-brother, and this incest is the cause of her and her parents' estrangement.
Corinne plans to win back her father's love, and hopes to introduce the children once this has been accomplished. At first, Corinne visits her children daily, sometimes bringing expensive gifts.
Meanwhile, Olivia emotionally and physically abuses the children, constantly threatening to whip them for any acts she considers "sinful".
At Christmastime, Corinne allows Cathy and Chris to watch guests at Foxworth Hall from a hiding spot, where they see their grandfather for the first time and also see their mother with Bart Winslow, Malcolm's attorney.
Their mother's visits then become less frequent as her emotional bond with the children weakens, to the point where she eventually slaps Chris and threatens to whip him.
A year later, Cathy and Chris have both entered puberty and become surrogate parents for Carrie and Cory, who no longer recognize Corinne when she occasionally appears.
While Cathy and Chris are both entering adulthood, the twins' physical growth is stunted from a lack of adequate nutrition, sunlight and fresh air.
Despite personal shame, Cathy and Chris develop a physical attraction toward each other. Olivia catches Chris staring at a half-dressed Cathy and orders him to cut off Cathy's hair.
Chris refuses, and Olivia abandons them for three weeks, driving them to near-starvation. Olivia drugs Cathy in the night and covers her hair in tar.
Chris eventually rescues most of her hair and they decide that will cut the front part of her hair and wear a turban to hide the rest, pretending that this is to hide the shame of a bald head.
The plan is successful, meals resume and now include sugared doughnuts as a surprise. Corinne visits the children for the first time in six months, explaining that she had been on a honeymoon with Bart in Europe.
Cathy and Chris react angrily, but when Corinne threatens to never visit again, they pretend to be happy for her. Realizing that they cannot rely on their mother any longer, Chris and Cathy come up with an escape plan, sneaking into the house to steal money and valuables from their mother's room.
One night, Cathy discovers her sleeping stepfather and kisses him. When Chris learns of the act, he is enraged and rapes Cathy.
Afterwards, he is overcome with remorse, and Cathy forgives him by saying she wanted it too.