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Rose's (2003)

| Comedy, Drama | 1999 (USA)
Secrets abound in a small southern town, and most of them seem to revolve around Rose, a timid florist. In this drama/comedy Rose turns to a recently paroled murderer, Willyum, to help her ... See full summary »

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Frank Patterson

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Frank Patterson
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Leslie France Leslie France ... Rose
Wayne Dehart Wayne Dehart ... Willyum
Sylvia Miles ... Ms. P
Glenn Shadix ... Sheriff Winslow
Bill Bolender Bill Bolender ... Mr. Matinez
Tonea Stewart ... Connie
James Donadio ... Jed
Laura Hicks Laura Hicks ... Myra Sue
Mark Lainer Mark Lainer ... Bobby
Marco Perella ... Dan
Roxie Stice Roxie Stice ... Charlene
Richard Fallon Richard Fallon ... Bus Attendant
Jan Meredith Jan Meredith ... Sweet Nell
Scott Craven Scott Craven ... Deputy Pope
Marcus Hester ... Miguel
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Secrets abound in a small southern town, and most of them seem to revolve around Rose, a timid florist. In this drama/comedy Rose turns to a recently paroled murderer, Willyum, to help her dispose of her debt-ridden and deceitful husband, Dan. Circumstances oblige Willyum to help Rose, who in turn helps Willyum win back the love of his estranged family. In the course of three days, these characters find themselves transformed by a series of unexpected events. Exploring themes of love, life, death and redemption, "Confession's" is a sweet and dark tale about two unlikely allies dealing with an unusually unnerving situation.

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A sweet story of a dark Valentine's Day

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Comedy | Drama

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USA

Language:

English

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1999 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Big Hopes, Little Lies See more »

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Envisage Media Production See more »
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Color

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1.85 : 1
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"Confessions of a Florist" -- a student film?
16 February 2012 | by pawprintxxSee all my reviews

Poor Sylvia Miles slips from the ladder's lowest rung (a stint on the soap opera "One Life to Live") and falls helplessly into this dumpster of a dud, struggling in vain to make seem authentic her part in what one might imagine was a high school boy's overnight assignment to write about the intricacies of the adult female's heart -- without his mom's help. Some of the cast appear to harbor talent, they do try to make the best of things, but the dialogue is featherweight and hackneyed, there's simply nothing of the material that might let these actors shine convincingly for more than a bit here and there. Like the script, the direction is timid, befuddling. The staging feels palsied, the visuals are ordinary/corny. There were a few dashes of spice; unfortunately, they arose not from the screen but in the form of an amusing variety of the festival audience's snickers and heavy sighs.


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