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Regarding Henry


Harrison Ford, Annette Bening, Bill Nunn, Rebecca Miller View All


Mike Nichols (Director), J.J. Abrams (Screenplay) View All

Release: Jul. 10th, 1991
Runtime: 1 hour, 48 minutes
Respected lawyer, Henry Turner survives a convenience-store shooting only to find he has lost his memory, and has serious speech and mobility issues. After also losing his job—where he no longer 'fits in'—his loving wife and daughter give him all their love and support.
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that being when Henry finds out his wife was cheating, and then that he cheated on her himself.
The scenes of Henry's rehab process are meticulously directed, carefully documenting each landmark in his recovery process: the first time he walks and talks, thanks primarily to a terrific physical therapist, but we feel for Henry when he is terrified at the thought of leaving the rehab center and going home with a wife and daughter he doesn't remember.