We can't edit your posts (we don't do that on Whirlpool), but we will hide them (they can be unhidden once the content that broke a rule is removed). The long standing contributors to this thread like a challenge (within reason) and consider your questions to be a challenge, so the more information the merrier. You can also reward them with a Smiley Vote if you wish. Please stick around and "Pay it Forward" and help others to ease their frustrations as well. Please help, I remember this movie I watched on Sky [analogue] in the 1990's some time ago. No big stars I don't think [could be wrong though]I remember a few things but not much plot, here's what I remember: The protagonist is a young girl in her late teens/early 20's I think.
Whilst some scenes which are shocking might be the easiest to remember and describe, that doesn't mean they'll be OK to describe. Some helpful internal links: DON'T tell us how old you were when you saw it. DON'T tell us you were with your grandmother when you saw it. DO tell us (roughly) what year you think the film was released. She's pretty bored because she lives with her mother. They live in this hotel with one or two staff, it's quite isolated.
It's not a recent movies, as in the last 5 yrs or so. There was this movie that I can't seem to find no matter how much I describe and relate it. It takes place in the early to mid 90s, in a city in the USA, probably the east end cities like New York or Chicago.
I barely remenber the full history but what I can remember is a chase of 2 or 3 children (siblings?
There is a scene where she is in a cafe and tries to get a meal on tab, but the clerk (a man), a bit meanly, tells her she has no credit.
The blonde lady encounters an old black fellow on a park bench, and he tells her how pretty she is, and says he wishes he was young again, which inwardly flatters her a bit it seems.
Maybe the movie is loosely based on the abovementioned sources because as i can remember it, it was not a scene for scene adaptation from the book/opera to the screen. So it's no musical, no opera on stage that has been filmed for TV.
And as far as i'm concerned is not part of a tvseries (for example Shelly Duvall's Fairytale theatre). Hi everybody, I had a look at Google and cant find the movie that I trying to remember its name.