After the death of her husband, Pat learns that he gambled away all of their savings and that she's now destitute. She may even have to leave their apartment. Much to the embarrassment of ... See full summary »

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Pat Foster
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Dollie Madison
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Tina
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Richard
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Ruthie
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Ralph
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David
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Kevin Leeds
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Peter Cooper
Carol Appel ...
Elaine Leeds
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Al Leeds
Henry Chu ...
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Clayton Corzatte ...
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After the death of her husband, Pat learns that he gambled away all of their savings and that she's now destitute. She may even have to leave their apartment. Much to the embarrassment of her daughter Tina, who wants to marry a rich snob, she helps the homeless Dollie, who lives in a cardboard box near her building, and they become friends. Written by Tom Zoerner <Tom.Zoerner@informatik.uni-erlangen.de>

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29 December 1991 (USA)  »

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My Shadow  »

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A friendless, possibly schizophrenic, bag lady is befriended by a wealthy Seattle socialite
31 January 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This made-for-TV film is still quite moving 14 years later; Gena Rowlands, for me, is always an actress worth watching; her understated style can speak volumes without her saying a word (those eyes: that pinched smile!); Tyne Daly's work is never excessive either; this bag lady often speaks the truth with great wisdom, learned out in the real world. When Rowlands has to go there, her wealthy "friends" are no help at all; finally, near the film's conclusion Rowland's daughter Tina (the very under-rated Cynthia Nixon) begins to see the importance of her mother's compassion and empathy for others less fortunate. Those "Ronald Reagan Rejects" are still out there, aren't they?


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