A grim look at homemaking business tycoon Martha Stewart's story, behind the facade of her motherly housewife appearance, including a crime she committed that brought her fame to a halt.
Motion Picture Rating
Rated PG for language and some thematic elements
Did You Know?
In one of the oddest twists in television history, this film received scathing reviews, prompting its creators and star Cybill Shepherd to publicly announce that their project was not meant to be viewed -- or reviewed -- as a serious biography of Martha Stewart, but as a scathing satire. The network reran the film within a few weeks, a very unusual practice for a TV movie, and it has since been embraced as a camp classic. However, it remains unclear whether its creators actually set out to make a comedy or were merely saving face in the wake of the film's deadly reception. See more
At the end of the movie, Martha stops by a marketplace off the highway back to Connecticut. In the hall of the marketplace, a Canadian flag can be seen flying from a pole, where you would otherwise expect an American flag to be. See more
I want cotton. I want three-hundred thread count minimum, or this face doesn't sell these sheets. Just because Kmart sells inexpensive products doesn't mean they can't be beautiful. That's why I'm here: not to sink to your level, but to raise you to mine.
References Martha Stewart Living