PG-13 | | Mystery, Thriller
After her businessman husband dies suspiciously in a Mexican plane crash, his widow begins to investigate his labyrinthine financial dealings, not all of which are legal.
Andie McDowell's character is wearing a baseball cap during the scene of her moving sale, the team name on the cap reads "Gaffney Indians", this is representative of her real-life hometown Gaffney, South Carolina.
Elizabeth 'Bessie' Faro:
... and what kind of business would that be, Herr Buchner?
Herr Bruchner, EDK Executive: Why... ink.
Elizabeth 'Bessie' Faro: Ink?
Herr Bruchner, EDK Executive: Ink. We make ink for ballpoint pens.
Elizabeth 'Bessie' Faro: Thats all? Just ink?
Elizabeth 'Bessie' Faro: 34,000 marks - 25,000 marks, and look - look here's another one for fifteen.
Herr Bruchner, EDK Executive: Ink, Frau Miller... ink is the true life ...
Elizabeth 'Bessie' Faro: ...
Early in the movie, Andie MacDowell refers to a baseball as being hit by Bill Mazeroski in the top of the ninth inning of the last game of the 1960 World Series. In fact, it was hit in the bottom of the ninth inning.
English, Spanish, Arabic
$162,274 31 October 1993