The Sleepy Time Gal Movie Review 2001

Information and Film Reviews for The Sleepy Time Gal the Movie

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Frances (Bisset), in her fifties and suffering from cancer, begins reflecting on her life and the daughter she gave up for adoption. Just about this time, her daughter, Rebecca (Plimpton) has been thinking out the her birth mother. Film follows both stories by showing parallels between Frances youth and Rebecca's life. In a subplot, Frances visits old flame (and Rebecca's father) Bob, and ends up bonding with his writer wife Betty. Pic steers perilously close to TV disease-movie-of-the-week territory, but impressive performance by Bisset helps it get by. Interesting melodrama will do if the cable's out and you can't watch Lifetime.

Distribution

Showtime Networks, Inc., 5120 E. La Palma, No. 103, Anaheim Hills, CA 92807, Email: customerservice@sho.com, URL: http://www.SHO.com

Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 94 minutes.
Originally from United States.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Terminal Illness, Radio, Adoption & Orphans, Law & Lawyers, Florida, Mistaken Identity, Writers
Screenplay
Christopher Munch
Cast
Jacqueline Bisset, Martha Plimpton, Nick Stahl, Amy Madigan, Frankie Faison, Carmen Zapata, Seymour Cassel, Peggy Gormley
Cinematography
Rob Sweeney
Director
Christopher Munch
Other
Fredrick Helm, Fernando Muga, Aaron Saddler, S.A. Lipton, Christopher Munch, Annette Davey, Jody Asnes, Melissa Frankel, Bryan Hedge, Kristen Anacker
Producer
Ruth Charny, Christopher Munch, C-Hundred Film Corporation

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