WATCH FREE MOVIE & KOREAN DRAMA WITHOUT BUFFERING PLEASE REMOVE YOUR POP AD BLOCKER FROM YOUR BROWSER THIS SITE SAFE BECAUSE WE ALWAYS ENTERTAINED PEOPLE WITH GREAT PLEASURE
loading...
Gunakan Server Lainnya Jika Server 1 Error. Misal Server 2 atau Server 3.
use another server if server 1 error.example server 2 or server 3
Turn off light Favorite Comments (0) Report
AdvertisementAdvertisement
0
BoredFineGoodAmazingExcellent (No Ratings Yet)
Loading...
Download 360P di GDrive Download 480P di GDrive

Flowers in the Attic

Flowers in the Attic is a 2014 Lifetime movie, starring Kiernan Shipka, Ellen Burstyn, Mason Dye, and Heather Graham. It is the second adaptation of V. C. Andrews1979 novel of the same name. A sequel, Petals on the Wind, based on the novel of the same name, premiered on May 26, 2014, on Lifetime. The network announced the developing of the following books in the series, If There Be Thorns and Seeds of Yesterday, which both aired in 2015

In the late 1950s, the Dollanganger children — 14-year-old Chris, 12-year-old Cathy, 5-year-old twins Carrie and Cory — live happily with their parents, Christopher and Corrine, in Pennsylvania. This changes when Christopher dies in a car crash, leaving the family devastated and heavily in debt. Four months later, Corrine announces they are going to go live with her wealthy parents in Virginia. She explains that she was estranged from her parents and changed her last name because of this.

On arrival at Foxworth Hall, Corrine’s grim, claustrophobic and cold-hearted mother, Olivia, takes the children to a small room in the attic. The next day, the children are given a list of rules and Olivia tells them to stay in the attic at all times. Corrine explains that her father, Malcolm, disowned her for eloping with Christopher, who was actually her biological half-uncle (her father’s younger half-brother) and they were disinherited. She promises the children she will make her father forgive her; once he has forgiven her, she will introduce him to the children, and they will live happily together at Foxworth.

Corrine’s visits to the attic become less frequent as she begins to enjoy her new-found wealth and starts a relationship with her father’s lawyer, Bart Winslow. She informs the children that while her father has forgiven her, she can’t let them meet him because she claimed that she didn’t have any children; thus, they will have to remain in the attic until Malcolm dies. Corrine’s visits all but cease during the next year. Due to lack of fresh air and sunshine, the twins have stopped growing; meanwhile, Cathy and Chris are entering puberty. Chris accidentally walks in on Cathy while she is trying on her first bra. Olivia catches them and calls them sinners and tries to cut off Cathy’s hair as punishment. Chris stops her, but she threatens to starve them for a week if he doesn’t cut Cathy’s hair himself. Cathy and Chris refuse to comply and give their remaining food to the twins while they rely mostly on water. Olivia appears to relent and leaves them a basket of food; however, Cathy awakens to find tar in her hair the next morning. As Chris reluctantly cuts her hair, he tells her that he finds her beautiful, but knows it is wrong to think of her like that.flowers in the attic, Kiernan Shipka, Ellen Burstyn, Mason Dye,Heather Graham

Another year passes and Corrine hasn’t visited in months.flowers in the attic, Kiernan Shipka, Ellen Burstyn, Mason Dye,Heather Graham Cathy and Chris conclude that their mother has abandoned them and begin planning their escape. When Corrine does return, she happily announces she has married Bart and the reason for her absence was her honeymoon in Europe. She is upset that the children are not more excited and seems oblivious to the deterioration in the twins. Olivia soon brings the children sugar-powdered doughnuts, which she says are a gift from their mother. Olivia beats Chris with a belt after he demands to be called by his name rather than “boy.” Cathy tends to his wounds and admits her fear of losing him. Chris asssures her nothing will happen to him and they kiss. When Olivia comes to deliver their food, Chris tells her that she was right about them being the “devil’s spawn” and pleads for forgiveness. After she leaves, Chris reveals the whole scene was a scheme to get an impression of the attic key in soap, and he carves a wooden copy.

Now able to leave the attic, Cathy and Chris begin to steal money from their mother’s room to finance an escape by train.flowers in the attic, Kiernan Shipka, Ellen Burstyn, Mason Dye,Heather Graham On a night raid, Cathy finds Bart asleep and kisses him. Chris later overhears his mother and Bart talking about a dream of a young, blonde-haired girl coming into the room and kissing Bart. Chris angrily confronts Cathy, who assures him that the kiss meant nothing and she only did it out of curiosity. She kisses him and they end up having sex. Cathy suggests they move to Florida and Chris tells her that he loves her and can never love anyone else. Cathy tells Olivia and Corrine that Cory is sick and demands her mother take Cory to a hospital, threatening revenge if she doesn’t. The next day, Corrine tells them Cory had pneumonia and died, and has already been buried.

flowers in the attic, Kiernan Shipka, Ellen Burstyn, Mason Dye,Heather Graham .Devastated by Cory’s death and in fear for their lives, Cathy and Chris decide to take all the money they have collected and grab as much jewelry as they can to finally escape. During their search for valuables, they discover that Corrine and Bart have left Foxworth Hall. flowers in the attic, Kiernan Shipka, Ellen Burstyn, Mason Dye,Heather Graham,,Chris overhears a conversation between the butler and a maid, and learns that Olivia has been leaving poison to kill “the mice” in the attic and that their grandfather died seven months ago. Cathy shows Chris how Cory’s pet mouse has died after eating a piece of powdered doughnut, revealing that the poison was in their food. Olivia then comes to take their key, and Chris restrains her long enough for Cathy and Carrie to escape. Olivia chases after them, but panics due to her claustrophobia when Chris shuts the door and turns the lights off. Olivia tells them that their mother was the one who poisoned them, not her, but they ignore her and climb out the window, fleeing on foot.

During their escape, they run into the butler, who realizes they are Corrine’s children. Horrified, he tells them to run while he cuts off the electric fence for them. They board a train to Florida and Chris assures her that their ordeal is finally over. Cathy vows revenge on their mother.wikipedia

Duration: 86 min

Release:

IMDb: 6.1

Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *