PG | | Drama
An old Jewish woman and her African-American chauffeur in the American South have a relationship that grows and improves over the years.
In the scene where Ms. Daisy and Hoke stop to eat while riding to Mobile AL, Ms Daisy talks about the first time she went to Alabama in 1888 and she was 12 yrs old. The movie ends in 1973, when she is 97 years old.
Mornin', Miss Daisy. I think it's gettin' ready to clear up out there! Oh, 'scuse me, Mr. Werthan!
Boolie Werthan: Hoke, I think we're gonna have to have a little talk.
Hoke Colburn: All right, sir. Just let me get outta my coat.
Hoke Colburn: Oh, Miss Daisy, yesterday, while you was out ...
Daisy Werthan: ...
When Hoke returns the can of salmon he says he knows he was supposed to eat the pork chop, but it was kind of stiff. It seems unlikely a Jewish woman would have leftover pork chops.
$73,745 (USA) (17 December 1989)
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