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Michelle Pfeiffer plays a middle-class 60s housewife who idolizes
Jackie O. When JFK is assassinated, she leaves her husband and road
trips to his funeral to show solidarity with her icon. Along the way
she meets a black man (Dennis Haysbert) and his young daughter. She
immediately befriends them but realizes they are hiding a secret. Soon
she is swept up in their lives and finds herself on the run from the
This is the best performance I've ever seen by Pfeiffer. She is practically unrecognizable--her southern accent is perfect and her Jackie O-inspired look is classic. She adds a welcome dose of humor to a film that is often emotionally overwhelming. The movie alternates between adorable and disturbing, but never gets too extreme either way. The plot gets a bit contrived at times, but the movie serves to question the comfort of routine middle-class existence, so it works. I am surprised this is not a well-known film. It is one of the best ones I've seen from the early 90s.
My Rating: 8/10.