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Three Very Different Women. One Daring Leap Of Faith. Kyra Sedgwick (Something To Talk About), Parker Posey (Best In Show) And Fairuza Balk (Almost Famous) Star In This Completely Compelling (The Hollywood Reporter) Drama About Three Women Who Set Out To Change Their Lives. Winner Of The 2002 Sundance Festival'S Grand Jury Prize, This Passionate, Poignant And Bracingfilm Delivers A Muscular Punch (Screen International)! Delia (Sedgwick) Escapes From An Abusive Husband. Greta (Posey) Risks Everything On A New Career. And Paula (Balk) Takes Flight After A Tragic Accident. These Women Must Overcome Seemingly Insurmountable Obstacles That Confinethem. But Are They Really On Their Way To New Livesor Are They Just Making New Versions Of Old Mistakes?
I bought this DVD before seeing it because I love the three actresses who are the main characters in the three stories. They are all awful. Read morePublished on Nov. 15 2003
Many of these reviews have given detailed descriptions of what the stories are about...so I won't delve more into that aspect. Read morePublished on Aug. 22 2003 by Michelle Pettit
Personal Velocity, written and directed by Rebecca Miller (and based on her book) tells three stories of women at crossroads in their lives. Read morePublished on Aug. 13 2003 by Lleu Christopher
As so many films are told from the perspective of a male protagonist, it's refreshing to see a movie in which men are the secondary characters and we get to watch a woman deal with... Read morePublished on July 19 2003 by Ronald Scheer
This movie is the story of three woman, told in separate segments. Each of the characters has to some extent engaged in self-delusion as to who they really are as persons and each... Read morePublished on May 13 2003 by ZVON
How is it, that this film, recieved an award for cinematography?
The problem with films made by people of literature is that they are often non-visual. Read more
Parker Posey, Kyra Sedwick, and Fairuza Balk all get umpteen stars from me for their great portrayals of women who have reached a point in life where they know something has got to... Read morePublished on April 1 2003 by Ei