Emmy winner, Linda Yellen, brings together an all-star ensemble cast for Chantilly Lace which received worldwide acclaim for its intimate exploration of the secret lives of women. Seven ... See full summary »
Charles Highway (Dexter Fletcher) is in control of his life; he is about to finish sixth form college and start at Oxford. He is nineteen and wants an "older" woman before he turns twenty. ... See full summary »
With the Occupation of Brussels by the Nazis, Helene could forget her ideas of a university degree. Her energy turned towards the hidden fight against the occupiers and gradually, ... See full summary »
Among the many names Samantha takes on or has been given in the film: Samantha Stigg, Helen Otto, Esmerelda Guadelupe Gonzales, Abigail Harrington III, Mishiko Oshikawa and Helplessly Hoping. See more »
(flipping through phone book to pick a new name) What about Abagail Harrington?
Abagail Harrington... born to the Hamptons Harringtons... heir to a small fortune, but she always felt stifled by her upbringing until eventually she took her father's deringer and put it to her forehead, but at the last minute accidentally turned and shot the maid. The family couldn't afford the scandal so obviously they had to get rid of her!
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A story about a talented violinist in search of herself through her birth parents.
Samantha is a film about an exceptionally talented violinist (Martha Plimpton) who, on her 21st birthday, discovers that her parents did not give birth to her but rather found her on their doorsteps. Feeling that she has lost her true identity because she has been living a lie she goes in search of her birth parents driving everyone crazy including her best friend Henry (Dermot Mulroney) who she is not so secretly in love with and alienating her violin instructor not to mention the parents she has known her whole life. I thought this was a fun movie even though Samantha was a maniac. I'm still in awe that Dermot Mulroney plays the cello in real life!
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