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The controversial book got the Lifetime movie treatment.

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Flowers in the Attic
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Title

Flowers in the Attic

Year released

2014

Genres

Drama, horror, mystery

Synopsis

After the sudden death of their father, four children face cruel treatment from their ruthless grandmother.

Cast and crew

  • Heather Graham
  • Ellen Burstyn
  • Kiernan Shipka
As Flowers in the Attic opens, the Dollanganger clan has it all. But after the patriarch dies, the mother finds herself unable to support her four children, so she takes them to her cruel parents who disowned her a while back.

Once there, she plans to keep the children in the attic for a few days, until she convinces her father to give her another chance. Soon though, days turn into months – and the children have no one but themselves to rely on.

Creepy and boasting a solid cast, Flowers in the Attic might actually give you nightmares. If you've read the book, you know what to expect. Otherwise, you'll want to prepare yourself for a wild ride.

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