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Wildflower

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Drama starring
Patricia Arquette
Beau Bridges
Rural Georgia, 1938: Alice, part aear, part wild, is imprisoned by her abusive and drunken stepfather in a filthy outhouse. There she is discovered by a neighbour's children.
Despite being confronted by the cruelty of Alice's father, they decide to take the risk of secretly nurturing and educating her.
This film marked the debut as a director of full-length movies of the actress Diane Keaton.
(1991) Stereo # FILM REVIEWS pages 63-70
Followed by Video Nation Shorts
More moments from everyday lives. Subtitled

Contributors

Unknown: Patricia Arquette
Unknown: Diane Keaton.
Alice Guthrie: Patricia Arquette
Jack Perkins: Beau Bridges
Mrs Ada Guthrie: Susan Blakely
Ellie Perkins: Reese Witherspoon
Sammy Perkins: William McNamara
Bessie Morgan: Collin Wilcox Paxton
Ormand Guthrie: Norman Maxwell
Bertha: Heather Lynch
Lisa Mae: Allison Smith
Doc Murphy: Richard K Olsen
David Butler: Robert Priester
Cletus: Randy Williams
Minister: Rick Warner
Mayor: Charles McLawhorn
Old man: Ennis Atkins
Ike: Edward Michael Hewett
Roommate: Michael Holton-Murphy
Church girl: Mary Page

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