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Cookie's Fortune (1999)
Rating:
Starring: Glenn Close, Charles Dutton, Julianne Moore, Patricia Neal, Chris O'Donnell, Liv Tyler, Ned Beatty, Lyle Lovett, Donald Moffat, Courtney B. Vance
Director: Robert Altman
Category: Comedy, Drama, Independent
Studio: USA Entertainment
Subtitles:
Spanish, French
Length:
118 mins

 
 

 

Welcom to Holly Springs..Home of murder, mayhem, and catfish enchiladas.

The small southern town of Holly Springs hasn't had such a claim to fame since the advance of General Grant was halted there in 1862.But now the mysterious death of Holly Springs matriarch Jewel Mae known affectionately as "Cookie", has the small town in an uproar. Who is the murderer?

Where is the murderer?Has there even been a murder?Robert Altman skillfully directs an all-star cast in this small town comedy rich in family secrets, pulic loyalties, private rivalries and the jar at the back of the cupboard that contains Cookie's Fortune.