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Director: Bruce Beresford     Starring: Albert Finney
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Format: DVD
Sku: 221157628
UPC: 883904201403
UPC 14: 00883904201403
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The legendary Albert Finney heads an all-star cast (Jill Clayburgh, Kathryn Erbe, Kyle MacLachlan and Ethan Hawke) in this heart-warming drama of a retired man whose family blossoms after his wife leaves them.

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Editor's Note
Director Bruce Beresford's adaptation of the Josephine Humphrey novel about an eccentric Charleston family in turmoil is considered the third in his southern trilogy, following DRIVING MISS DAISY and CRIMES OF THE HEART. Starring Albert Finney as charming retiree Warren Odom, the film is narrated by his sensitive adolescent daughter, Lucille (Kathryn Erbe). When his wife, Helen (Jill Clayburgh), walks out on the family leaving only a laconic farewell note, Warren goes into shock, unable to accept her departure. But after he and Lucille have searched the surrounding area, he realizes that she's gone for good and sinks into a depression. Lucille, an honors student, must leave high school to care for her despondent father. Gradually they learn to live with the loss, as Warren strikes up a romance with widowed hairdresser Vera Delmage (Piper Laurie) and Lucille develops a relationship with Wayne Frobiness (Ethan Hawke). As soon as the waters appear calm, Warren's other daughter, the world-weary Rae (Suzy Amis) arrives with husband Billy McQueen (Kyle MacLachlan), announcing that she's pregnant and will be around for awhile.


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Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: MGM
Video Release Date Release Date: 2/19/2013
Video Play Time Running Time: 105 minutes
Video UPC UPC: 00883904201403
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 1
Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks:

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Piper Laurie
Video Cast Info Kathryn Erbe
Video Cast Info Alfre Woodard
Video Cast Info Albert Finney
Video Cast Info Jill Clayburgh
Video Cast Info Ethan Hawke
Video Cast Info Suzy Amis
Video Cast Info Kyle MacLachlan
Video Cast Info Bruce Beresford - Director
Plot Summary
When a retired man with too much time on his hands is left by his wife of 27 years, his family faces the very real adjustments of taking on their own responsibilities and learning to cope with change.

Professional Reviews

New York Times
"...[Finney] blossoms charmingly into a free spirit....Woodard shines..." 03/05/1993 p.C8

USA Today
"...Peter James' coastal Carolina photography is gorgeous without any grandstanding..." 03/05/1993 p.5D

Chicago Sun-Times
"...The movie is filled with small, warmly realized scenes....There is a comfort level established right at the top of the film with Finney's performance..." 03/05/1993 p.44

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