‘Remember Me, Mommy?’: Release date, plot, cast, trailer and all you need to know about the Lifetime drama thriller
The network’s latest drama presentation is about to bring you a chilling story of revenge and here’s all the introductory details to prepare you for the upcoming movie
Not all mother-daughter relationships are defined by love and affection. Some are known for the darkness therein, the voids that they experience and how a mother and child can also become the worst enemies. Earlier titled ‘Daughter Dearest’, the upcoming thriller ‘Remember Me, Mommy?’ explores the angst of a daughter against her mother and how the mother handles a surprise child.
‘Remember Me, Mommy’ premieres at 8 pm on Sunday, March 29, 2020, on Lifetime Movie Network.
The drama thriller follows the story of Rebecca. Rebecca is a teacher in an elite private school for girls. One day, a new girl, Elena, joins the school and surprises her in ways she never imagined. As the plot unfolds, we learn that at the age of 17, Rebecca had a baby and gave the child up for adoption. She thinks Elena is that long lost daughter. But little does Rebecca know that Elena is not here to find her mother but to exact revenge on the woman who abandoned her and let her jump from one foster home to another and end up with a terrible and traumatic childhood.
‘Remember Me, Mommy’ features actors Natalie Brown and Sydney Meyer in the lead roles of a mother and daughter.
Sydney Meyer is known for V-Wars (2019), Shadowhunters (2016) and Departure (2019).
Natalie Brown is a Canadian actor, who plays the character of Rebecca. A TV and movie veteran, she also features in ‘The Strain’, ‘Dawn of the Dead’ and ‘Saw V’. Other cast include Taveeta Szymanowicz and Samora Smallwood.
The drama thriller is directed by Michelle Ouelett and makes for the director’s second directorial project. Ouelett is known for directing multiple episodes of TV shows ‘Paranormal Solutions Inc', ‘The True Heroines’, ‘White Ninja’ and more.
Majority of scenes of ‘Remember Me, Mommy?’ are shot in Ontario, Canada, except for the indoor scenes, which are studio sets.
The network has not updated any information on the movie preview yet. Watch this space for more information as we bring you all the updates on the movie and more.
Where to Watch
You can save this for your Sunday watch and catch it when it airs on LMN on March 29.
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