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

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Brian Craig
Sue Bugden ...
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Sean Sweeney ...
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Amy Dott ...
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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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Horrible Film
7 May 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This has got to be the single worst film version of a play ever made. The movie is, first off all, horrific. The acting is horrific, the plot is horrific (which completely strays from the award winning play of the same title and characters), and the filming is horrific. Unless you are a stay-at-home mom who believes that Lifetime's made for t.v. movies are the only source of good acting in the world, burn this piece if it ever comes into your hands and do the world a favor. The play that this is supposed to be based on (it virtually isn't, they add so much worthless garbage in this film, and one of the major characters of the play is completely absent with no explanation.) All and all, if any movie has ever earned itself one out of ten stars, it is this film. It is a personal insult to anyone who has ever sought to produce a good piece of theater or film.


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