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Our House (2006)

A lonely socialite (Roberts) opens up her mansion to homeless people after a young woman (Reyes) saves her life.

Director:

Mark Griffiths

Writer:

Michael Lach
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Doris Roberts ... Ruth
Judy Reyes ... Billy
Ellen Geer ... Rose
Jeffrey Marcus ... Paul
Jim Cody Williams ... Tunes
Cynda Williams ... Nurse
Stacy Solodkin ... Dallas
E.J. Callahan ... Max
Deborah Van Valkenburgh ... Ms. Thomas
Mandy McMillian ... Cheryl
Rick Scarry ... Doctor
John O'Brien ... Manager
Mik Scriba ... Owner
Norman Alden ... Old Fellah
Marcia Moran ... Neighbor
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Storyline

Since her husband expelled sweet son Paul for a drinking problem, widow Ruth feels abandoned by the family in her vast, stately home. Her suicide attempt by drugs is frustrated by snooty homeless Billy, who is mistaken for a mugger and arrested at Ruth's lawyer daughter's instigation. Ruth has Billie released and is determined to reward the ingrate, ultimately coming up with converting her home into a private rehab facility. That appalls her daughter and her snobbish neighbors, who hire posh lawyer Todd Preston. Being the daughter's ex, Todd inadvertently brings her in on Ruth's side. Written by KGF Vissers

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drinking | theft | chore | handcuffs | jail | See All (14) »

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Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

May 2006 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

A Nossa Casa See more »

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Norman Alden's last acting role. See more »

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Our House
14 June 2006 | by zinvesterSee all my reviews

What a heartwarming movie. It's been a long time since a movie touched me enough to make me cry, and this one did. I've always loved Doris Roberts. She sent me her autographed photo last year after I wrote her to compliment her biography and ask for confirmation for a recipe in her book. She really makes this movie. I didn't see how the plot could possibly overcome the conflict but in a little twist, everything was set right in a bittersweet ending. A bit of a fairy tale in having someone take in all these warm and wonderful homeless people but don't we need a fairy tale sometimes to carry us through? You can't miss with this one if you crave something beyond the usual murder and crime scene analysis. This has none of that overworked theme. I wish there was a book but eureka, it seems to be an original screenplay. Bravo to Michael Lach.


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