Its a story that made national headlines and was covered on 60 Minutes. Convicted and jailed for armed robbery in 1977, Terry Jean Moore fell in love with a prison guard and became pregnant. She then took on Florida courts in a historic legal battle to keep and raise her child behind bars. Amy Madigan made her movie debut as Moore in a performance called riveting by Gene Shalit of NBC-TVs Today and fine and affecting by Carrie Rickey of The Village Voice. Ultimate praise for the future Field of Dreams and Places in the Heart co-star came from Moore herself: It was me there, it really was. Beau Bridges as the guard, Mackenzie Phillips as a fellow inmate and Margaret Whitton as Moores attorney give strong support in a movie that rings with truthand moves with its simple and direct power. **Please be aware that this is a manufactured on demand disc that was created using a DVD-R disc. It should play in all standard DVD players.