PG-13 | | Drama
A teenager journeys through a series of foster homes after her mother goes to prison for committing a crime of passion.
Many people in the film industry felt sure that Michelle Pfeiffer would receive an Oscar nomination for her turn as the murderous mother, but the film's failure at the box-office coupled with the aggressive marketing campaign for Chicago (2002) actresses Queen Latifah and Catherine Zeta-Jones in the same ... ...
Never let a man spend the night, she said. Never apologize, never explain. She was breaking all her rules, and it would change everything.
Astrid says her father left when she was two years old when she talks with Ray, but toward the end of the movie, Ingrid tells Astrid her father left when she was six months old.
Additional scenes featured on the DVD release that is not from the final print:
$5,607,480 (USA) (13 October 2002)
$16,346,122 (USA) (8 December 2002)
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