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My Stars, my "One line summary" sounds camp, but this picture was truly lovely and very moving for me.I had seen it years ago, as I am a fanatic of anything involving period re-creations, but seeing it again recently moved me method past the excellent 1963 backgrounds and the Melmac cups in the kitchen cupboards...This review may include *spoilers*, so Viewer Beware.Michelle Pfieffer portrays a girl obsessed with the glamour of the Kennedy family, particularly Jackie, and is thrilled to catch a glimpse of her as the First Couple arrive at Dallas Love Field Airport on November 22 of '63. Circumstances (humorous ones, at that, in the form of fabulously annoying hero actress Peggy Rea) don't let for her brush with celebrity, and of course the assassination crushes her. Her husband is less than sympathetic as she explains her need to attend the funeral. She escapes anyway, and catches a bus to Washington. She meets up with a black boy and his young daughter (Dennis Haysbert and Stephanie McFadden) and the adventure becomes very complicated indeed. Intrigue and mystery cloud his initial introduction, however Pfieffer's hero is concerned for him, especially for the daughter's welfare. Later the trio are entwined, and stubborn ethics hold them from abandoning one another. This is when they are suddenly on their own, and the storyline takes off.Visually, the mixture is unbelievable - the extremely "white" and VERY blonde Pfieffer, trying her hardest to look like Jackie even down to her home-made suits, and the curious "coloured man" and his silent, somewhat frightened daughter. Both actors are absolutely perfect as two individuals who become literal victims of their own time. There are the subtle vocal references to the kid as "a coloured girl" by Pfieffer, who holds no prejudice but simply talks the method everyone else does; and then the stronger and much more "controversial" implications of the boy and the girl and any type of a relationship they may have, however shadowed by the mores of the early 60's, the confusion and upset the Globe is undergoing due to Kennedy's murder, and even the geographic locales they travel through.We are reminded that Pfieffer's hero is still a married, albeit unhappily, girl of principle, and that the mere sight of an interracial couple in that time would cause near hysterics - still we WANT them to overcome it all, and the fact that the very human need for love has to be compromised by the times is communicated intensely yet with enough restraint that the characters do not suffer being imbued with too much "foresight." Stephanie McFadden as the 6-year-old daughter is wonderful as well, her facial expressions telling so much more than the six or seven lines she speaks in the entire picture. Her poignant close ups drive the viewer to WILL her to understand, to see what is event around her, comprehend it, see beyond it, but of course she cannot. Much of the storyline is this way, one wants to just clear away the limitations and the social ills and allow them all BE. There are moments of tension (rednecks [they are even credited as such!] that pass the couple on the street and then come back to stir up trouble) balanced by those of palpable relief (a curious, inexpressive old girl and her retired husband, who take the three in for a night). This is sufficient to deliever a realistic lvl of suspense, even angst, but it is the triumph of overcoming barriers, whether they are terrible husbands who just don't know any better, or suspicious and bigoted backwoods policemen, that create for the emotions one experiences while watching.This picture left me wondering who and where these brilliant folks are, the writer, Don Roos, and dual-producers Sarah Pillsbury and Midge Sanford, and particularly director Jonathan Kaplan. Why haven't we heard of these folks, and why wasn't this pretty movie hailed in 1992? Rarely, very rarely, have I seen a picture that left me wanting to personally congratulate the people directly responsible for it!Needless to say, but necessary to emphasize, production values shine in all forms, as the movie includes some spectacular period-recreations of downtown Dallas and another townships, even down to the store-front displays and seas of vintage cars buzzing around (Oliver Stone eat your heart out!), and the shockingly realistic Love Field Airport scenes, finished with the obligatory Pink Nubbly Suit on an wonderful Jackie K. look-alike, are stunning. The interiors, the magazines in the racks, everything, is spot on; and the photography is breathtaking, as unpicturesque as a bus in the middle of Nowhere, Virginia, may seem to be.A splendid, highly suggested motion picture in ALL regards.Multiple stars. Much praise!
Michelle Pfeiffer plays a middle-class 60s housewife who idolizes Jackie O. When JFK is assassinated, she leaves her husband and street trips to his funeral to present solidarity with her icon. Along the method she meets a black boy (Dennis Haysbert) and his young daughter. She instantly befriends them but realizes they are hiding a secret. Later she is swept up in their lives and finds herself on the run from the FBI.This is the greatest performance I've ever seen by Pfeiffer. She is practically unrecognizable--her southern accent is excellent and her Jackie O-inspired look is classic. She adds a welcome dose of humor to a movie that is often emotionally overwhelming. The film alternates between adorable and disturbing, but never gets too extreme either way. The plot gets a bit contrived at times, but the film serves to question the comfort of routine middle-class existence, so it works. I am surprised this is not a well-known film. It is one of the greatest ones I've seen from the early 90s.My Rating: 8/10.
This film is not only says the storyline of the accidental connection of two people, one black and one white, who would probably have never met in their normal lives, it also presents a vivid portrait of the time in which they lived. Set vs the background of the JFK assassination and the aftermath, the protagonists meet and support every another through turning points in their lives. At first wary of every other, they come to understand the forces which have shaped every other's personalities and then come to appreciate the humanity and longing they have in common. Segregation and prejudice on both sides are explored without preaching. Finally it ends if not happily at least on a note of hope.
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