Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore -- A recently widowed woman on the road with her precocious young son, determined to make a new life for herself as a singer.
After her husband dies, a woman (Ellen Burstyn) pursues dreams of being a singer in Martin Scorsese's Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore (1974).
The sudden death of her husband brings a woman to decide to move with their son to California, but they get stranded in Phoenix where she meets a handsome rancher. Burstyn won an Academy Award!
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Ellen Burstyn ("The Exorcist," "Same Time, Next Year") won the Best Actress Oscar for her performance in this memorable comedy-drama about a widowed mother suddenly forced to take charge of her own life. Director Martin Scorcese ("Cape Fear," "GoodFellas") guides a wonderful cast including the very young future Academy Award-winner Jodie Foster ("Maverick," "The Silence of the Lambs"), singer-actor Kris Kristofferson ("Lone Star," "A Star Is Born") and Oscar-nominees Diane Ladd ("Ramblin' Rose") and Harvey Keitel ("Pulp Fiction"). This classic film served as the basis for the long-running TV comedy hit "Alice."
A recently widowed woman on the road with her precocious young son, determined to make a new life for herself as a singer.
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