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Critics everywhere raved about this motion picture and its outstanding stars, Jennifer Jason Leigh (SINGLE WHITE FEMALE, RUSH) and Academy Award(R)-nominee Mare Winningham. It's the story of two sisters -- one talented, the other passionate -- and the rivalry that binds them together. Sadie (Leigh) is a rebel who aspires to rock stardom while her sister, Georgia (Winningham), is a gifted and already successful musician. Sadie -- unwilling to give up her dreams -- struggles to make a name for herself in the shadow of her talented sister. Acclaimed as one of the year's 10 best films -- you'll find this powerful story of ambition and rock 'n' roll dreams absolutely riveting!
If you're a Jennifer Jason Leigh fan and remember Fast Times at Ridgewood High and you're over 60...or maybe 50... you will love this!Published 22 months ago by billonline
It wasn't a bad movie. I'm a fan of both stars but didn't realize it was so old....It's an age old story that could still be relevant today but then because it's an age old story... Read morePublished on September 3, 2013 by Kathryn M Fisher
Friends of mine have often told me that Jennifer Jason Leigh was one of the greatest actresses to lack an Oscar nomination and I personally have found the statement laughable. Read morePublished on November 15, 2012 by Andrew Ellington
I have been a great fan of this movie for many years and just recently had the opportunity to purchase it and now I can watch it whenever I want. Read morePublished on October 30, 2008 by Rebecca Martin
This is one of my favorite movies.
Sadie Flood wants fame and, just as important, approval by her older sister, Georgia. Read more
I did not like this movie at all. It was tedious getting through the entire film. I am a fan of Jennifer Jason Leigh, but the character she was portraying was awful. Read morePublished on August 8, 2006 by M. Lyons
Firsly this film is def worth buying. The music is really gritty and haunting. Also have the soundtrack JJL has a great voice. Read morePublished on August 9, 2005 by Kevin Chesters