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Plot: Fed up with her deadbeat grown kids and marginal urban existence, Juanita takes a Greyhound bus to Paper Moon, Montana where she reinvents herself and finds her mojo. Runtime: 90 min Release Date: 08 Mar 2019
If you've had kids and ur over 40 u will love this movie. Alfre is amazing and her character does what we all want to do- see what's beyond the life we r in. Brave, fearful, hopeful, loving, proud, human. Love love love Alfre.
Women's History Month Celebration Flick (by hiphopphotos)
Perfect film for Women's History Month. Just told my Mom and friends to watch. This movie brings to life our feeling or a thoughts to focus on Us. Us women would love to be at a place in our lives where we could just pick up and go! Just pick up and leave to focus on you. As women we are natural nurturers and we often forget about our own mental and physical health. This movie reminds to take time for self and be unapologetic about it.
Jai Huot here .. (by huotjaioo5)
Ma'am hands down best FEMALE actress I've seen this year by far! Ladies in the industry. #TakeNote she's a threat, bayyybbby! 😘😍 much love to you, sweet lady!
Unique in a simple way (by kawegex)
This movie is full of unique ideas, and it shows how one can transform to be better when they let go of old ways, conventional way of living. The story is interesting and funny
Great movie! (by markhwebster-32482)
There are a lot of bad reviews of this movie. I have no idea why because I loved it. I would normally not watch a movie like this, but there was a frankness in the faces in the preview that appealed to me. Juanita is an amazing actress. I thought everyone was well cast. There was an edginess to all the characters that added a lot of sparkle to the film.It dealt with some very complex issues that need to be spoken about: Single mothers, why young men go to prison, PTSD, parenting, getting stuck in a dead end jobs, American Indians and their diminishing culture. I mean these are huge topics, <more>
and they were dealt with very compassionately. But it wasn't preachy. It is basically mid life crisis tied to a love story.I teared up a couple of times, and it takes a darn good movie to make me do that. Don't miss this one.
I liked it. You probably do have to be older to enjoy (by rah-29797)
But not necessarily black or a woman. The best part was just seeing two actors unexpectedly appear from the 90's show Northern Exposure. I just loved the Native American woman in that show.
Finally a movie for empty nester single moms! (by clharmond)
Loved the concept of an empty-nester single mom taking time out to explore the world. There are so few movies these days that seem to be the perfect fit for the 45-55 year old female demographic.
Sweet but rushed (by pioneer64)
This is a very sweet movie with beautiful humor. It's also great to see more Native American representation in film. I had to subtract two stars though because the film feels really rushed. A lot happens a little too quickly.
Warm funny and yet acknowledges the harsh realities of the world (by naneen-1)
This was a surprise movie. One of those "looks interesting" choices on Netflix that you start and are ready to stop if it turns out to not be for you. But Alfre Woodard is amazing. You understand why she leaves her family of grown children who can't care for themselves and her job which doesn't have a future. Her imagination is amazing but her imaginary fantasy man Blair Underwood player by the sexy man himself is hysterically terrible as he keeps trying to borrow money while he is flirting with her. It's a road trip with a stop at a place and the people you meet are <more>
fantastic; the lesbian long haul trucker Peaches, Jess the Native American French cafe chef and owner and the other people who live in and around the town. I enjoyed how we got to meet everyone in their element and the scene at the Pow Wow was amazing. It's lovely to see a cast of people interacting in real ways without stereotypes and calling out the challenges in the world they and we live in. It's a light breezy film that understands the painful world we live in.