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Tumbleweeds (2000)
Starring: Kimberly J. Brown, Janet McTeer, Jay O. Sanders
Director: Gavin O'Connor
Category: Drama, Comedy, Independent
Studio: New Line Cinema
100 mins



They ran away from everything but each other.

She's a sexy Southern gal with a heart of gold, a hearty appetite for life -- and supremely bad taste in men!Golden Globe winner, Best Actress, Janet McTeer "is mesmerizing" (Entertainment Weekly) in this touching, funny, intensely satisfying slice of life.

After her latest failed relationship, free-spirited, four-times married Mary Jo Walker (McTeer) hits the road and heads West with her 12-year-old daughter Ava (Kimberly J. Brown) in search of greener pastures.

Inspired by a true story, this irresistible tale of an unbreakable mother-daughter bond "is one of those wonderful, deeply personal pictures that pops up every now and then to lift your spirits" (Los Angeles Times).


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