Lifetime Doesn't Kid Around With Flowers in the Attic Movie

Via: TV Guide

Heather Graham | Photo Credits: James Dittiger/Lifetime

Banned in some schools, required reading in others, V.C. Andrews’s youth-in-crisis novel Flowers in the Attic is now a Lifetime movie — and it’s still as shocking and creepy as when it first entered the zeitgeist in 1979. Heather Graham stars as Corrine Dollanganger, a picture-perfect housewife and mother of four who is suddenly widowed and must take her brood to live with her parents in the elegant mansion where she grew up. But there’s a catch: Corrine’s dying father can’t know she has kids — she scandalized the family by marrying her uncle — so her offspring must stay hidden in the attic until Grandpa kicks the bucket.

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