A Home Of Our Own

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MGM Released 1993

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Director:
Tony Bill
Released:
1993
Rating:
PG
A Home of Our Own is a 1993 American dramatic film starring Kathy Bates in the story of a mother and her six children as they establish a life in Hankston, Idaho in 1962. When Frances Lacey (Bates) is fired from her factory job after she punches a fellow employee that groped her, she decides that Los Angeles is not a healthy place to raise a family. Frances and her six children pack up all of their possessions and get in the car. With little idea as to where they're going, Frances merely says that she'll know it when she gets there. Eventually the Lacey family lands in Hankston, and purchases a half-built house from Mr. Munimura. Frances takes a job as a waitress at the local bowling alley, and is asked out by fellow Norm, a fellow employee. When Frances returns home it is clear that she has been beat up because she refused to have sex with Norm. Norm is then fired, and Frances is able to keep her job. As the family experiences more trials and tribulations, many of the townspeople offer support, but Frances is reluctant to accept. Also starring Edward Furlong, Clarissa Lassig, Sarah Schuab, T.J. Lowther, and Soon-Tek Oh, A Home of Our Own was directed by Tony Bill.moreless
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    Biography, Family Dramas, Social Issues, 90s