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My Louisiana Sky (2001)

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A 12-year-old girl re-evaluates her relationship with her developmentally disabled parents.

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Adam Arkin

Writers:

Kimberly Willis Holt (novel), Anna Sandor (teleplay)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Juliette Lewis ... Dorie Kay
Kelsey Keel ... Tiger Ann Parker
Shirley Knight ... Jewel Ramsey
Amelia Campbell ... Corrina Ramsey Parker
Chris Owens ... Lonnie Parker
Karen Robinson ... Magnolia
Michael Cera ... Jesse Wade Thompson
Nola Augustson ... Mrs. Thompson
Robert Haley Robert Haley ... Mr. Thompson
Rudy Webb Rudy Webb ... Otis Calhoun
Neil Girvan Neil Girvan ... Milton Lambert
Jody Racicot ... Shorty
Ksenia Solo ... Abby Lynn Anders
Kerry Dorey ... Dr. Randall
Barry Stillwell Barry Stillwell ... Brother Dave
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A 12-year-old girl re-evaluates her relationship with her developmentally disabled parents.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

13 May 2001 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Az otthon kék ege See more »

Filming Locations:

Petaluma, California, USA See more »

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Stereo

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Color

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1.33 : 1
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Jewel: You spent too much.
Dorie Kay: I was trying to get you something nice for your birthday. Something the whole family could enjoy.
Jewel: Well, we sure could've enjoyed a new toaster. You should be saving your money.
Dorie Kay: I work hard and I spend sensibly.
Jewel: And I suppose it's sensible to have a colored maid to clean your apartment and cook your meals?
Dorie Kay: It most certainly is, Mama. Most days, I wake up at the crack of dawn and I'm not back until late in the evening. If I didn't have Magnolia, I'd never get a home-cooked ...
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Kelsey Keel makes this movie
27 June 2002 | by Casey-52See all my reviews

I might be completely biased because Kelsey Keel is a local girl from my neck of the woods who went to high school across the street from me, but she is superb in this film. After winning two Awards for her work in this film (a Daytime Emmy and a Young Artist Award), I hope she continues to find work in films and ages with grace and maturity on-screen. Juliette Lewis and Shirley Knight provide able support, but the fact that the entire film is shown from Tiger Ann's point of view only provides Keel with some magnificent characterization and plenty of screentime that should have earned her star billing. Magnificent coming of age story that should be seen by audience members of all ages that suffers from being shown on ShowTime and seeing a less than adequate home video release.


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