Well before THE SOPRANOS came on the scene in 1999
and made a serious impact on pop culture and television,
Michael Imperioli, who skillfully played the complex and
sociopathic nephew of Tony Soprano, Christopher Moltasanti,
had established himself as a very good character & supporting actor
who could hold his own against many well-known actors and actresses.
He's also turned in some good performances where he was the
featured actor which didn't get as much notoriety as his work
with The Sopranos.
Soon after that unforgettable series ended in 2007,
he teamed with Oprah Winfrey to do this television movie
"For One More Day", where he does an excellent job and shows
that he is so much more than a common mafia crew member.
He brings such a depth and passion to his character and
veteran actress Ellen Burstyn shines in this too!
How many of us have said to ourselves
"If we could only have one more day with a loved one
who has made the transition, to make it right,
to get closure, to tell them how much we loved them!"
I don't want to give the story away, but this is a good movie
that kind of went under the radar when it came out.
Imperioli's young son, Vadim, makes his acting debut as his
character as a child.
A good addition to your DVD collection.