Director: Ted Post
Starring: Anjanette Comer, Ruth Roman
A social worker takes on a case of the Wadsworth family which consists of a mother, two grown daughters, and a grown son who has the capacity of an infant.
Strange doesn't begin to describe this movie. A grown man is treated like a baby and the family claims its because he is mentally challenged. He wears diapers, he cries, he gets spoon fed by his over protective mother and sisters which also seem to be hiding a secret. Throw in a female social worker wants the case as a way to deal with her husband's recent demise. The ending has a dual twist which is so amazingly awesome and disturbing.
At almost forty years old, the movie is slightly dated. But don't let that small detail detour you from this little gem.
Rating: So Good
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