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Rambling Rose (1996)
Starring: Laura Dern, Robert Duvall, Lukas Haas, John Heard, Diane Ladd
Director: Martha Coolidge
Category: Drama, Independent
Studio: Pioneer Studios
115 mins



When Rose, an alluring young woman played by Laura Dern, moves in with a Southern family to care for their children, their lives are changed forever.Rose relates to everyone she meets in the only way she know how--with an innocent, but highly-charged sexuality she cannot restrain.Robert Duvall co-stars as Daddy, a man whose traditional values could never prepare him for the temptations of Rose.Diane Ladd--Dern's real-life mother--plays Mother, who offers Rose protection and love despite the scandal the girl creates in their small town.Lukas Haas is the teenager who will always remember Rose as both a provocative fantasy and a profound mystery.


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