Eileen Cleary has just been nominated for Catholic Woman of the year when her family drop a bombshell. Over the dinner table she discovers that not only is her son leaving his wife and children for the local beautician, but her daughter is 5 months pregnant and about to marry her girlfriend. Desperate to win the award, Eileen is conflicted between shame over her family and still desiring to do the right thing by them. Unable to accept either of their choices her family begins to splinter, with even her husband threatening to leave. Ultimately this is a feel-good movie and Eileen proves herself to be a person worthy of both the award and her family.
She has nothing to hide. Except her family.
Motion Picture Rating
Rated PG-13 for mature thematic material
24 April 2011 (USA)
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Also Known As:
A tökéletes család
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Opening Weekend USA: $14,301,
6 May 2012, Limited Release
Gross USA: $107,721, 17 June 2012
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Did You Know?
At 13 minutes, when Eileen tells her husband that she is nominated, she places two letters in a box on a table in the house. At the next shot, when she walks to the camera into the living room, you see in the background that the two letters lie differently in the box. See more
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