A woman has to put her life back together after getting out of prison.

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Brian Craig
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Parole Agent
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Driver in Pickup
Sean Sweeney ...
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Young Arlie
Bruce Evers ...
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Linda Pierce ...
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Suzi Bass ...
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A woman has to put her life back together after getting out of prison.

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25 April 1994 (USA)  »

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Au bout de l'impasse  »

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Really Touching
1 December 2015 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Hard to imagine a guy like me enjoying this kind of film. It has a rocky start with some clichés, and some clunky exposition, but once it settles into its own rhythm it is a wonderful, moving little film. Virtually a tour-de-force for Rebecca De Mornay, she effortlessly makes us care for Arlene and hope for a good outcome for her. Supporting cast seems to do really well and are effective as well. How did Rebecca not get an Emmy Award nomination for this? Probably says more about the Emmy awards than it does about this film. If you want a really moving, beautifully acted little drama to while away an hour or so, you could do a whole lot worse. And Rebecca has rarely looked more simply beautiful. Watch it.


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