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If these walls could talk

Author: Nancy SavocaPamela WallaceEarl W WallaceSusan NanusI Marlene KingAll authors
Publisher: [New York, NY] : Home Box Office : Distributed by Warner Home Video, ©2010.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A trilogy of stories set in the same house--with different occupants and spanning over 40 years--examines three women, the common crisis of an unexpected pregnancy, and the wrenching decision to have an abortion. In 1952, abortion is illegal. A widowed nurse deals with her unexpected pregnancy by taking drastic measures to obtain one. In 1974, a happily married woman, the mother of four children, discovers that she  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Medical drama
Made-for-TV movies
Fiction television programs
Television programs
Video recordings for the hearing impaired
Drama
Teatro
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Nancy Savoca; Pamela Wallace; Earl W Wallace; Susan Nanus; I Marlene King; Cher; Demi Moore; Sissy Spacek; Shirley Knight; Catherine Keener; Jason London; C C H Pounder; Xander Berkeley; Hedy Burress; Joanna Gleason; Harris Yulin; Anne Heche; Jada Pinkett Smith; Eileen Brennan; Lindsay Crouse; Craig T Nelson; Diana Scarwid; Lorraine Toussaint; Rita Wilson; HBO Home Entertainment (Firm); Warner Home Video (Firm); HBO NYC Productions.; Moving Pictures (Firm : Santa Monica, Calif.); HBO Video (Firm)
ISBN: 0783116896 9780783116891
OCLC Number: 43799376
Language Note: In English or dubbed Spanish, with optional subtitles in English, Spanish or French. Closed-captioned.
Notes: Based on material by Stuart Kaplan.
DVD release of motion picture originally broadcast on television in 1996.
Special features: Cast/crew bios [text feature].
Credits: 1952: Directed by Nancy Savoca ; teleplay by Nancy Savoca ; story by Pamela Wallace & Earl Wallace and Nancy Savoca ; director of photography, Ellen Kuras ; edited by Elena Maganini.
1974: Directed by Nancy Savoca ; written by Susan Nanus and Nancy Savoca ; director of photography, Bobby Bukowski ; editor, Elena Maganini.
1996: Directed by Cher ; story by I. Marlene King ; teleplay by I. Marlene King and Nancy Savoca ; director of photography, John Stanier ; editor, Peter Honess.
All episodes: music, Cliff Eidelman ; production designer, Hilda Stark Manos ; costume designer, Jacqueline Arthur.
Cast: 1952: Demi Moore, Shirley Knight, Catherine Keener, Jason London, C.C.H. Pounder.
Performer(s): 1974: Sissy Spacek, Xander Berkeley, Hedy Burress, Joanna Gleason, Harris Yulin.
1996: Cher, Anne Heche, Jada Pinkett, Eileen Brennan, Lindsay Crouse, Craig T. Nelson, Diana Scarwid, Lorraine Toussaint, Rita Wilson.
Target Audience: MPAA rating: R.
Description: 1 videodisc (97 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD ; fullscreen (4:3) presentation ; Dolby digital 2.0 stereo. surround (English) and mono. (Spanish).
Contents: 1952 --
1974 --
1996.
Responsibility: HBO Home Entertainment ; HBO NYC presents a Moving Pictures production.

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A trilogy of stories set in the same house--with different occupants and spanning over 40 years--examines three women, the common crisis of an unexpected pregnancy, and the wrenching decision to have an abortion. In 1952, abortion is illegal. A widowed nurse deals with her unexpected pregnancy by taking drastic measures to obtain one. In 1974, a happily married woman, the mother of four children, discovers that she is pregnant again. Now she must choose between losing her lifelong dream and terminating her pregnancy. In 1996, a Catholic college student finds herself pregnant as the result of an affair with a professor. She decides on an abortion, but does not realize what it means to go through with one, while society rends itself asunder with violent protest.

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