Writer Don J. Snyder and director Michael Switzer lay on the sentimentality with a trowel in this syrupy TV movie whose competent actors gets stuck in the treacle. As a child in Maine, Terry McQuinn (Jake Brockman) resented the energy his handyman father lavished on the homes of upper class vacationers. Now a high-powered attorney in Los Angeles, Terry (Gary Sinise) has mixed feelings about attending his estranged father's funeral. The mournful journey back home not only summons up Terry's childhood of benign neglect but also revives memories of a childhood trauma. Years ago, during a winter outing organized by the wealthy Charles Wentworth (Rick Roberts), young Terr...