- 2h 9min
- Directed by: Frank Perry
- Cast: Faye Dunaway, Diana Scarwid, Steve Forrest
Based on the infamous exposé by Joan Crawford's daughter, this almost ended Dunaway's career. She plays the mentally abusive matriarch, dragging up two adopted children she's collected to fill a void in her life.
This film is not currently showing in cinemas.
Reviews & features
Top five events at Glasgay! 201218 Sep 2012
Featuring Harold and Maude, John Grant, 8 and Tranny and Roseannah
Harold and Maude Glasgay’s main 2012 commission, in collaboration with Theatre Jezebel. This is the UK premiere of Colin Higgins’ stage adaptation of the 1971 cult film looking at the unlikely friendship between a spoiled rich kid with melancholy on his…
I Am, Call me Kuchu and Mommie Dearest included in Glasgay 2012 film programme13 Sep 2012
Until now, Glasgay! has left film relatively alone, focusing more on a vibrant programme of theatre, visual arts and music. This year, however, they unveil a revitalised film strand in collaboration with Glasgow Film Theatre and Lock Up Your Daughters.
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