A socially-conscious film that is based on a true story, "A Place for Annie" was nominated for the 1994 Emmy for Best Made for Television Movie.
Abandoned by her drug-addicted mother, Annie, an HIV positive infant, is adopted by a pediatric nurse named Susan. With the help of a supportive teenage son and a devoted nanny, Susan is able to create a loving and stable environment for little Annie. A year later the birth mother, Linda reemerges and demands custody of Annie. Susan, hoping to keep Annie any way that she can, ultimately invites Linda to come live with her and, over time, the two women develop a common bond in their love for Annie.
Starring: Sissy Spacek, Mary-Louise Parker, Joan Plowright
Directed by : John Gray
1 hr 39 min
Susan Lansing: Sissy Spacek
Linda: Mary-Louise Parker
Dorothy: Joan Plowright
Directed by: John Gray
Written by: Cathleen Young & Lee Guthrie
Produced by: Diane Walsh
Executive Producer: Marcy Gross
Executive Producer: Ann Weston
Original Music by: Mark Snow
Cinematographer: Donald M. Morgan
Edited by: Robert Florio