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dc.identifier.bibliographicCitationParamount Picturesen
dc.description.abstractHenry Turner is a successful but ruthless New York lawyer who needs to win at any cost, even at the expense of his wife and daughter. But a single gunshot brings Henry s fast-track rise to a dead stop, leaving him incapacitated and with no memory of the life he used to lead. Now, faced with starting over, Henry Turner is about to learn the hard truth about a total stranger... himself. Harrison Ford stars in this dramatic, often funny and heartwarming film that reunites the talents of Ford and director Mike Nichols (Working Girl). Costarring Academy Award Nominee Annette Bening (The Grifters). [description taken from cassette box]en
dc.subject.classificationHealth Care for Mentally Disabled Personsen
dc.titleRegarding Henry (1991)en
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