Precisely the kind of oddball-hybrid for which Orion Pictures was once famous, LOVE FIELD was the studio's first release following its declaration of bankruptcy and subsequent restructuring in 1992.
Lurene Hallett (Michelle Pfeiffer) is a ditzy sixties Dallas housewife who married her high-school sweetheart, Ray (Brian Kerwin), and who worships Jackie Kennedy, down to making her own knockoffs of Jackie's designer wardrobe and emulating her bouffant hairdo. The film opens on the day of
Kennedy's assassination, when Lurene just misses shaking the first lady's hand at Love Field because she's gone to retrieve a friend's (Peggy Rea) dropped purse. Subsequently deter...