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Eric Roberts appears in this coming-of-age drama about a young lass coming to terms with her parents' radical past. Raised without a mom, Cally (Clea DuVall just happens to stumble across Sabine (Daryl Hannah), a hippy-dippy artist with a passion for gauzy fabrics, driftwood sculptures, and potent psychotropics. Of course, this aging, drug-fried woman is Cally's mom, and soon Calley is obsessed with her, even to the point of having sex with her lover (Eric Roberts).
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Overview

Eric Roberts appears in this coming-of-age drama about a young lass coming to terms with her parents' radical past. Raised without a mom, Cally (Clea DuVall just happens to stumble across Sabine (Daryl Hannah), a hippy-dippy artist with a passion for gauzy fabrics, driftwood sculptures, and potent psychotropics. Of course, this aging, drug-fried woman is Cally's mom, and soon Calley is obsessed with her, even to the point of having sex with her lover (Eric Roberts).
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/26/2000
  • UPC: 723952075628
  • Original Release: 2000
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  • Source: Monarch Video
  • Presentation: Pan & Scan
  • Time: 1:38:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 99,543

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Clea Duvall
Daryl Hannah
Tomas Arana
Eric Roberts
Richard Hillman Graham
Technical Credits
Melissa Painter Director, Screenwriter
Thomas Garvin Producer
Daryl Hannah Executive Producer
Zachary Matz Producer
Paul Ryan Cinematographer
Christine Vachon Executive Producer
Brent White Editor
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
0. Scene Selection
1. Opening Credits [2:21]
2. Good Student [4:21]
3. Ruby's Story [6:16]
4. Café Encounter [5:43]
5. Sabine's Journal [4:47]
6. "Hold Me" [3:27]
7. Love Of My Life [6:11]
8. Meeting [7:10]
9. Bonding [5:49]
10. Burning The Past [1:22]
11. Dinner Party [7:57]
12. Finding The Past [7:18]
13. Asking Dad [3:54]
14. Free Love [2:36]
15. Falling For Jacob [4:10]
16. Growing Up [3:49]
17. Leaving [1:54]
18. Confronting Sabine [1:56]
19. Tension [1:03]
20. Admitting The Past [9:54]
21. Resolution [1:16]
22. End Credits [3:36]
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    You'd be messed-up too if your parents were 60s radicals!

    Cally (Clea DuVall) lives with her dad on a houseboat. At one point she explains ''he's kind of a ****-up'' and so he is. Her mom abandoned her as she fled communal life with John Law in hot pursuit. She discovers Sabine (Daryl Hannah), a mysterious artistic woman, and pursues her, searching for Mama. At one point Cally is seduced by one of Sabine's ex-lovers, Eric Roberts as a smarmy intellectual. It's uneven and sad. Hannah, as usual, gives a truly awful performance. DuVall is the saving grace. Her role and her presence make it watchable, though nothing else does. DuVall has had two top-flight performances as Stokeley in ''The Faculty'' and as Graham in ''But I'm a Cheerleader''. I watched this because of those. It's interesting, the scenes of San Francisco and Marin County are beautiful, and Clea is, well, Clea. But other than that, it's another self-serving attempt to lionize 60s radicals (a despicable group as a whole whose uselessness is superceded only by their sleazy yuppie agemates who elected Ronald Reagan). Clea DuVall, like her costar Natasha Lyonne in ''But I'm A Cheerleader'', is truly going to blossom into one of the great women of film in the 21st Century!

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