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« on: January 09, 2017, 03:28:59 PM »

Here is all of the pertinent info. Video rental from the mid to late '80's. Mostly likely a kind of family like film. At the very most rated PG-13 or PG. As far as the plot goes... A Grandmother/Great Aunt type seems out of it a bit and cranky and confused. Maybe onset dementia? Somewhere in the film she turns up missing and a frantic search for her begins. The film mostly follows her traveling around and dealing with strangers, fighting off a mugger or some other bothersome sort, that kinda stuff. While her family keeps searching for her. In the end if memory serves me they find her alive and well at an older looking home kind of out in the country. Maybe the house she grew up in or raised the family in?

Any ideas? Thanks!
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