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One of today's most gifted and brilliant actresses, Jill Clayburgh, brings her special sensitivity to the role of Barbara Gordon, a successful television documentary producer who became hopelessly dependent on tranquilizers. But this is much more than a story of addiction and withdrawal; it is an examination of the success syndrome that affects the lives of people whose career triumphs are achieved at great personal sacrifice. It is the dramatic and suspenseful story of one woman's survival in a battle for her sanity- and her life. In this urgent quest, she must discover her inner strength, independence, and ability to be truly happy.
seller did fine, content of movie not what I was looking forPublished 1 month ago by Rebecca Tuttle
Jill Clayburgh touching one's heart as few can. A not -to -be forgotten performance in a sometimes troubling role.
This movie was all about some lady that popped pills and drank-the end. I just saved you from buying it-you're welcomePublished 16 months ago by Cooper
The title tells it all. Maybe one could sit through it, if he had nothing better to do. That's it.Published 16 months ago by Huck Finn
Geraldine Page was incredible as usual. Her acting is timeless, thoughtful and sensitive. It is no different in this movie, though the treatment of the movie's issues was... Read morePublished 17 months ago by SilentMira
It was informative and showed what people go through to withdraw from Valium. The acting was good. It showed how people can be addicted to drugs and turn their life around.Published 21 months ago by Kathy Gough