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«A Thousand Acres» - film of 1997, produced by Jocelyn Moorhouse, known for such works like «The Dressmaker», «Proof». The script was created by the equally famous Laura Jones, previous work «Angela's Ashes», «Possession» and Jane Smileyat the moment this is his first work

The production of the film «A Thousand Acres» was engaged by the company Propaganda Films, which announced the release of such films as «Portrait: Jane Campion and The Portrait of a Lady» in the same year.

The main actors were Michelle Pfeiffer as Rose Cook Lewis, 1958 year of birth, the success of which brought the role in Ant-Man and the Wasp, and Jessica Lange as Ginny Cook Smith, 1949 year of birth, the success of which brought the role in The Vow

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Becky McCray:
yes, the movie strongly contains the abuse theme, as well as what happens when people in a seemingly ideal family decide to speak out - and how it can divide a family.
missbabyice:
Read the novel and intrigued to know if the film contains the abuse theme? Those who read the book will know to what I am referring.
A A:
Grown ass women saying daddy wtf
Tamara Clark:
what was the name of the street the house was on where the movie was taken
Spacemen 2:
The movie is simply terrible. One of the most horrendous movies I've seen in a while. Jane Smiley's novel provides such a gripping and exquisite narration of a family tragedy laden with patriarchal criticism and excruciating nostalgia, which has been done such a injustice in the movie that it is barely watchable. Everything in-depth is watered down to cater to the mawkish melodrama adaptation for mainstream Hollywood audience. DON'T waste your valuable two hours on this piece of shit however you love Michelle Pfeiffer or Jessica Lange, but if you've got the time, probably read the book then.
Jon Janack:
Wait... "They were more than family, they were sisters"... Wtf?
catseye664:
This is an awsome movie. I first saw it on TV and then I had to have it, so I ordered it from Amazon. Michelle Pfeiffer and jessica Lange give outstanding, brilliant performances and it is a movie that will touch your heart.
RedneckDipper94:
this movie was shot down the road from me, you can see my house a couple times in it