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Flowers in the Attic
After the sudden, unexpected death of their father, the four Dollanganger children — teenagers Christopher Jr and Cathy and 5-year-old twins Cory and Carrie — find themselves penniless and forced to travel with their mother Corinne to live with her wealthy parents whom the children believed were deceased in Virginia. Corinne informs her children that there has been tension between herself and her parents for many years, but does not get into too much detail , simply says they had disowned her for something she had done of which they disapproved. The children trust her, though Cathy is skeptical. They arrive at the mansion and meet the butler, John and Corinne's cold mother Olivia, a religious fanatic. Olivia takes the group into her home, and escort them to a large bedroom of the mansion, with bars on the windows - blocking out fresh air and sunshine. It is on their first day there that the grandmother reveals the shocking truth: Corinne and her husband were really half- uncle and niece, making their love incestuous and their children the product of incest. She also tells them that the Grandfather will never know of their existence in order to spare him from the 'final agony and shame'.
Kill Bill: Vol. Sign in. After the sudden death of their father, four children face cruel treatment from their ruthless grandmother. Based on V. Andrews' controversial cult-classic novel, "Flowers in the Attic" tells the story of the Dollanganger kids who, after the unexpected death of their father, are coerced to stay hidden in the attic of their ruthless grandmother.
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It is based on V. Andrews ' novel of the same name. At one point Wes Craven was scheduled to direct the film,  and had completed a screenplay draft. Producers were disturbed by his approach to the incest -laden story, however, and Jeffrey Bloom ended up with writing and directing duties. After the sudden death of their father, four children — teenagers Chris and Cathy and 5-year-old twins Cory and Carrie — find themselves penniless and forced to travel with their mother Corrine to live with her wealthy parents whom the children had neither met nor been told about before.