Shy People

1988, Movie, R, 119 mins

The fourth American film from Soviet emigre Andrei Konchalovsky (MARIA'S LOVERS; RUNAWAY TRAIN; and DUET FOR ONE preceded), SHY PEOPLE is about a meeting of two people, and two worlds, who initially appear to be diametrically opposed but who, we learn by the film's end, have more in common than we imagined. The film opens in Manhattan, where Cosmopolitan reporter Diana Sullivan (Jill Clayburgh) lives with her teenaged coke-sniffing daughter, Grace (Martha Plimpton). At her editor's suggestion, Diana has traced her own roots back to the Louisiana Bayou and talks her bored daughter into accompanying her on a visit to the relatives. As Diana and Grace reveal th...
Released: 1988 Rated: R Length: 119 mins

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