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?
The creators' infamous back-pedal response that the film was made as a satire is belied by the flashback scenes, all of which are lacking in humor or camp value, especially when compared to Shepherd's dysrgulated performance in the modern-day scenes. See more
When one of the inmates imprisoned with Martha has finished her sweater, Martha notes how great her "cross stitching" is, when the sweater has clearly been knitted. 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.
Followed by Martha Behind Bars