Natalie (Shirley Knight), in a hurry to leave the Nebraska town where's she's dropped off her long-time hitcher, meets cop Gordon (Robert Duvall), in The Rain People, 1969, written and directed by Francis Ford Coppola.
Marlon Brando (as Valentine Snakeskin Xavier)is all-but alone in a long take discussing his plans with a New Orleans judge, opening The Fugitive Kind, 1960, directed by Sidney Lumet from a play by Tennessee Williams.
Carol Cutrere (JoAnne Woodward) leads Valentine Snakeskin Xavier (Marlon Brando) to the local cemetery in a provocative scene from The Fugitive Kind, 1960, from a play by Tennessee Williams.
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Thrown for a loop by the unexpected news that Dad (Jack Warden) has suddenly gone to his reward, the grieving Scanian clan are drawn together in a test of familial endurance that soon has them at each others' throats. As the eldest son, Johnny (Bob Hoskins) is tactlessly reminded that he's probably the next to go; daughter Terry (Pamela Reed) is the black sheep who hasn't told anyone that the marriage they all warned her against has broken up; thick-headed but nice looking younger son Frank (William Petersen) no longer has his father to cover for him; and Nora (Frances McDormand) comes home after going off to a cloistered convent and becoming a liberated nun who now runs an underground railroad for illegal aliens.
When their father dies unexpectedly, an eccentric family is drawn together. But old wounds and new revelations make the siblings' reunion a test of endurance.
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