Corrina, Corrina (1994)

PG   |    |  Comedy, Drama, Romance

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In 1959, a widower hires a kindly housekeeper/nanny to care for his seven-year-old daughter.

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  • Whoopi Goldberg in Corrina, Corrina (1994)
  • Ray Liotta and Wendy Crewson in Corrina, Corrina (1994)
  • Don Ameche and Tina Majorino in Corrina, Corrina (1994)
  • Whoopi Goldberg and Ray Liotta in Corrina, Corrina (1994)
  • Ray Liotta in Corrina, Corrina (1994)
  • Whoopi Goldberg and Tina Majorino in Corrina, Corrina (1994)

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9 May 2004 | Bethsoda
| good social commentary
I think, what I have seen lacking in the comments about this film, are the sociological aspects that are addressed. In my opinion, the film is not just a sweet story, it speaks of the issues that our society has about both race and about social class in our society - both in the 50's as well as today. It IS a movie about love across social boundaries, it can also speak to the seeming obsession of society about the differences of, not only race, but also religion. What is wonderful about this movie is that it shows that this obsession goes both ways. And it has come to a point where, understandably,members of the most persecuted groups in out society, end up in situations, like in Corrina, Corrina, where they themselves are pressured by their own family and community to sever the relationship that they want to be in. This movie shows the pressure that both "sides" go through when deciding to enter an inter-racial or even an inter-faith relationship, and it shows that sometimes the pressure put on the member of a certain group in society goes through, more because their community feels, although often for good reasons, that the person of the "dominant" community, whatever it may be in whatever society, is not to be trusted. This movie shows that sometimes love and trust are true, regardless of the real and regardless of the sometimes imagined boundaries that society can place between people.

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