The Evening Star

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Released 2001

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Director:
Robert Harling
Released:
2001
Rating:
PG-13
The Evening Star is a dramatic film directed by Robert Harling as a sequel to the Academy Award-winning Terms of Endearment as the story of Aurora Greenway (Shirley MacLaine) continues after her daughter's death in the previous film. It has been fifteen years since Aurora lost her daughter, Emma (Debra Winger), and though she had tried her best to give her grandchildren a good life. Despite her overbearing ways, she tries to keep the oldest Tommy (George Newbern) from repeating a jail stint, inspiring the ne'er do well Teddy (Mackenzie Astin) while putting a lot of pressure on the youngest, Melanie (Juliette Lewis). Aurora has also moved away from her earlier romance with Garret Breedlove (Jack Nicholson) and into a love affair with a young man, her psychiatrist Jerry Bruckner (Bill Paxton) as well as maintaining a feud with divorcee Patsy Carpenter (Miranda Richardson). Life though always moves on as Aurora comes to term with her life as she says goodbye to her longtime housekeeper Rosie (Marion Ross) and watches as her family grows into their own.moreless
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    Drama

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    Love & Romance, 90s