PG | | Comedy, Crime, Mystery
In 1934, an English widow moves to Widows' Peak, Ireland. She befriends other widows and the son of one. Hostility escalates between her and an Irish spinster.
Director John Irvin was nominated for the Crystal Globe Award for this movie at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival in the Czech Republic, but lost out to Mariano Barroso for My Soul Brother (1994).
Miss Katherine O'Hare:
Are we sinking? I can't swim.
Con Clancy, Kilshannon Dentist: It won't be necessary. One of the few advantages of going aground is that you can walk ashore.
When the flat tire is being changed the headlight cover is one moment highly reflective, then very dull and non reflective.
One line in the end credits reads: "This film is dedicated to the memory of Sophie Irvin".
$133,084 15 May 1994