Behind the facade of a perfect suburban life lies a secret and insufferable nightmare: a woman and her children are subjected to their father's unpredictable temper and violent outbursts. ... See full summary »
LaTanya Richardson Jackson
When a woman wakes up on a Hamptons beach in fugue state, all assumptions about her identity are thrown into doubt in this psychological thriller starring Alex Auder and Gaby Hoffmann. Is ... See full summary »
Sixteen-year-old Cassie Robbins is a spirited teenage girl, who loves her father Richard and stepmother Mel and dotes on her six-year-old half-brother Willy. But her carefree, happy life is... See full summary »
In the 1960s, a group of friends at an all girls school learn that their school is going to be combined with a nearby all boys school. They concoct a plan to save their school while dealing with everyday problems along the way.
One of the most beautiful films made reflecting relationships. A really touching film, tugs at your heart. Recommended with high honors.
This is truly one of the most beautiful films that I have ever seen in my entire life! The performance of Joanna Kerns and Stephanie Zimbalist can only be described as SUPERLATIVE!!!!
Stephanie leaves her small kids as she cannot cope with the pressure of motherhood as a young woman. The incident so poignant is: her 4-year old daughter accidently spills some orange juice on the floor, and that is the last straw which leads to Stephanie leaving her kids. When she comes back after 10 years, the first thing her daughter says to her: Mom, I'm sorry about the orange juice. It brings REAL TEARS TO YOUR EYES as Stephanie starts to cry. I was so moved by the film, that I have spent 4 years trying to trace it for my personal collection, until I found it today.
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