Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore

After achieving some success with the brilliant, independently made MEAN STREETS, Martin Scorsese was given a chance to direct a mainstream Hollywood film. The result is this effective but uneven work, which chronicles a woman's search for self. Burstyn stars as an unhappy housewife living in New Mexico with her cruel husband (Bush) and their precocious,...read more

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Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore - Trailer
01:04 — 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 hand (more…)
Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore - Official Trailer
02:30 — 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 hand (more…)
(Movie Clip) Where Or When
Alice (Ellen Burtsyn) brings Jacobs (Murray Moston) into a Phoenix bar in hopes of getting hired in his competing bar as a singer, her audition medley (more…)
Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore - (Re-issue trailer)
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).
(Movie Clip) The Hogs Ate Her!
Rough day at the diner, Flo (Diane Ladd) with Mel (Vic Tayback) and Vera (Valerie Curtin), David (Kris Krisotfferson) at the counter, as Alice (Ellen (more…)
(Movie Clip) Better Than Alice Faye
Opening flourish from director Martin Scorsese, young Alice (Mia Bendixsen) with Alice Faye's take on You'll Never Know, then Mott The Hoople with Ian (more…)
(Movie Clip) I'm Just Like This
Widowed Alice (Ellen Burstyn) with Rita (Lane Bradbury) who's just arrived to tell her that new boyfriend Ben (Harvey Keitel) is her husband, when he (more…)
(Movie Clip) Sexy For Phoenix
At their Phoenix motel, newly-widowed Alice (Ellen Burstyn) arrives in her new job-hunting outfit, her son Tom (Alfred Lutter) acting droll, the first (more…)
(Movie Clip) The Bride Screamed Murder
First appearance of Jodie Foster (as Audrey), after school in Tucson with Tommy (Albert Lutter), who then joins mom Alice (Ellen Burstyn), at the dine (more…)

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  • Released: 1974
  • Rating: PG
  • Review: After achieving some success with the brilliant, independently made MEAN STREETS, Martin Scorsese was given a chance to direct a mainstream Hollywood film. The result is this effective but uneven work, which chronicles a woman's search for self. Burstyn s… (more)

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