Walter Lee Younger is a young man struggling with his station in life. Sharing a tiny apartment with his wife, son, sister and mother, he seems like an imprisoned man. Until, that is, the family gets an unexpected financial windfall...Written by
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The character Mr. Lindner (from the Clybourne park "welcoming committee") was portrayed by John Fiedler. Twenty-eight years later, Fiedler portrayed the same character in a remake of the story; in a play-for-television, which starred Danny Glover and Esther Rolle, and was directed by Bill Duke. However, his character's first name in the play was "Karl", whereas in this movie, his first name is "Mark". See more »
When Benetha is talking to mama and getting ready to go out with George, the bracelet on her left arm keeps disappearing and reappearing. See more »
I watch this film with my children, to show them that although there are no special effects, no explicit sex scences, and very little profane language this is a movie that GRABS you from beginning to end. It breaks beyond race and color, it is about HUMANITY. Sidney and Ruby are BRILLIANT in this film, but the accolades belong to the grandmother. She is the ROCK that holds everything together. I urge everyone to watch this movie. EVERYTIME I WATCH IT I CRY.
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