This movie is about life in the projects circa 1958: Driven to the brink by her overworked and unsensitive husband and horrendously selfish children, Brooklyn-based housewife Gloria Goodman... See full summary »

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Gloria Goodman
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Al Goodman
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Flo
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This movie is about life in the projects circa 1958: Driven to the brink by her overworked and unsensitive husband and horrendously selfish children, Brooklyn-based housewife Gloria Goodman (Kirstie Alley) seeks a meaning to life. Suddenly, she meets Bert Kramer (Gil Bellows), a hipper-than-thou young writer, who shows her a new view on life... and also the possibility of a passionate romance... Will she be seduced or will she find her own path in life? Or maybe both? Written by Miguel Cane <stepford@yahoo.com>

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31 March 1996 (USA)  »

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Lököttek háza  »

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This movie was done beautifully. It had me captured.
27 July 1999 | by (California, U.S.A.) – See all my reviews

This was a beautiful movie. Kirstie Alley was brilliant, as usual. The characters were very much in depth, but clearly defined. It was a touching story about family and life in the "projects." I now have an even bigger respect for Ms. Alley after seeing her performance in "Radiant City", which was extremely strong and had a lot of heart. The story stayed very true to itself. The costumes, hair, and make-up were exquisite, as was the set and dialogue. I give my utmost regards to the writers, producers, director, and actors of this film.


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