TV Movie | PG-13 | | Biography, Drama
A paranoid schizophrenic woman finds treatment to her mental illness after 18 years of suffering.
In an attempt to improvise the "walk" of a homeless indigent, Diana Ross discreetly placed an orange between her skirted thighs and proceeded to hobble along on cue. The effort required to keep the concealed orange in place without using her hands, effected a gait so uncanny that Ross's director, Larry Elikann, later quizzed her about how she walked the "walk." According to Ross, herself, as related to the audience on Inside the Actors Studio (1994) (19 February 2006), she never did disclose the simplicity of her little ruse.
Well, it feels like being in a dream... and it feels like a really important dream. But it's not a dream, because you're not asleep. And because you're not asleep you can't wake up.
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