A female buddy picture whose initial run was handicapped by being released after "Thelma and Louise." The film chronicles Marianne and Darly's cross country adventure, the hardships and characters they encounter. Where "Thelma and Louise" was about keeping control until the very end, "Leaving Normal" is about knowing when to stop. Written by
Robert B. Young
Sometimes the only way to find where you're going is to lose your way
Did You Know?
Although the complete song itself is not played in the movie, the piano intro to Bruce Hornsby and the Range's "The Show Goes On" is used. See more
The crossings from Washington State into Canada are all well-developed highways; but we see them entering Canada on a narrow road with no center line. See more
Cigarettes are bad!
No Sarah, cigarettes are good, and when you grow up, you should smoke... mmm, cigarettes.
References Gone with the Wind
Written and Performed by Chris Isaak
Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records
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