Wildflowers

Wildflowers

Director: Melissa Painter Cast: Clea DuVall, Daryl Hannah, Tomas Arana

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Product Details

Release Date: 09/26/2000
UPC: 0723952075628
Original Release: 2000
Rating: R
Source: Monarch Mod
Time: 1:38:00
Sales rank: 81,438

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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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Wildflowers 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
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that, it's another self-serving attempt to lionize 60s radicals (a despicable group as a whole whose uselessness is superceded only by their sleazy yuppie agemates who elected Ronald Reagan).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!