|Broadway Damage 1997 N/R, 110 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama / Musical
Director: Victor Mignatti
Cast: Mara Hobel, Michael Lucas, Hugh Panaro, Aaron Williams, Gary Janetti, Gerry McIntyre, Tyagi Schwartz, Alan Filderman, James Lecesne, Benim Foster, Barbara Winters Pinto, Jean Loup, Jonathan Walker, Richard Davidson, Michael Jefferson
Two young college graduates, Marc (Michael Shawn Lucas) and Robert (Aaron Williams), pursue Broadway stardom as they share a Greenwich Village apartment with another classmate, Cynthia (Mara Hobel), in this life-after-college, looking-for-love story that, of course, leads to a happy ending.
|Mommie Dearest 1981 PG, 129 min.|
Director: Frank Perry
Cast: Faye Dunaway, Diana Scarwid, Steve Forrest, Mara Hobel, Howard Da Silva, Jocelyn Brando, Priscilla Pointer, Xander Berkeley, Robert Harper, Matthew Faison, Rutanya Alda, Harry Goz, Michael Edwards, Joe Abdullah, Jeremy Scott Reinbolt
Based on movie star Joan Crawford's daughter Christina Crawford's bestseller, this is the sordid story of what she went through growing up in the insecure world of Hollywood. Joan (Faye Dunaway) adopts Christina (Mara Hobel) and Christopher (Jeremy Scott Reinbolt) with plans to give them a happy family life. But, when Joan is troubled by problems with men and her sagging career, it is the children who bear the brunt of her problems. As they grow up, Christina and Christopher (now played by Diana Scarwid and Xander Berkeley) have memories of brutal treatment at the hands of their mother that continue to have an effect on them.
|Personal Velocity 2002 R, 88 min.|
Director: Rebecca Miller
Cast: Kyra Sedgwick, Parker Posey, Fairuza Balk, David Warshofsky, Leo Fitzpatrick, Tim Guinee, Wallace Shawn, Lou Taylor Pucci, Mara Hobel, John Ventimiglia
This powerful drama, composed of three stories, reveals how three women–Delia (Kyra Sedgwick), Greta (Parker Posey), and Paula (Fairuza Balk)–escape from their individual emotional prisons.
|1. Broadway Damage (1997)|
2. Mommie Dearest (1981)
3. Personal Velocity (2002)
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