MADELINE'S GRAVE is an emotional one-off British drama. James Kent is an DIY store employee in his early 40's whom is happily married for 11-years to his wife, Alice, an florist and they have a 10-year old son named Danny. But James's marriage to Alice is soon shattered, when James's former girlfriend Heather Wright (Whose relationship with James ended long before he met and married Alice) shows up on James's doorsteps and reveals to James, a secret she kept from him. They both had a daughter named Madeline whom died when she was born. But, Alice learns about Madeline from Gareth Brooks, Heather's fiancee at her flower shop, before James could tell her and Alice tells James to leave. But it gets worse, James's boss Keith Hoad decides to fire James from his job, when he also hears about Madeline and his friendship with his best friend and co-worker Leonard Hamilton is destroyed and Leonard looses his respect for James over the news of the revelation. Now a homeless man living out on the streets. James goes to a local graveyard to take shelter, where he finds Madeline's headstone. At Madeline's headstone, James talks to Madeline and tells her bedtime stories, tells her about himself, expresses his emotional feelings for his family and begins spending a lot of time at Madeline's grave. But James soon falls ill with pneumonia and collapses and is found by Reverend Tristan Trueman and is rushed to hospital. And when James tells Reverend Trueman about Madeline and how much it has affected him. Reverend Trueman decides to help James rebuild his life and sets out to plead with Alice to forgive him and give him another chance and James must become himself again and return to his normal life...
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