PG | | Comedy, Drama
Follows hard-to-please Aurora looking for love, and her daughter's family problems.
A big chunk of the book "Easy Riders, Raging Bulls", which follows the rise and fall of the auteur movement, and the Baby Boom generation in Hollywood in the 1970s, is about Jack Nicholson and his legendary exploits during that period. Nicholson bragged to an interviewer at one point that he put cocaine on his private parts during sex to heighten his own sexual arousal and sensitivity.
How are you? It's not my fault, but I'm sorry.
When Emma and her children visit Aurora after Emma leaves Flap, there are cars on either side of the street. A few seconds later, the cars are gone and the street is empty. Another few seconds later, the cars are back.
$3,498,813 (USA) (27 November 1983)