Terms Of Endearment

Directed by James L. Brooks
Starring Debra Winger, Shirley MacLaine

Paramount Home Video | January 10, 2006 | DVD

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Based on the novel by Larry McMurtry, this sharply observed drama follows the lives of a mother and daughter over 30 years of their relationship. Shirley MacLaine stars as Aurora Greenway, and Debra Winger as her daughter Emma, a woman locked in a desperate battle with terminal cancer. Terms of Endearment is both funny and heartbreaking, a richly observed human portrait also starring Jack Nicholson, Danny DeVito, Jeff Daniels and John Lithgow.

Video Release: January 10, 2006

Runtime: 130

Rating: PG (MPAA)

Studio: Paramount Home Video

UPC: 097360140743

Found in: Classics, General, General, Romance / Tear Jerker

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Terms Of Endearment

Terms Of Endearment

Directed by James L. Brooks
Starring Debra Winger, Shirley MacLaine

Video Release: January 10, 2006

Runtime: 130

Rating: PG (MPAA)

Studio: Paramount Home Video

UPC: 097360140743


Edition Description
  • Dolby Surround AC-3
  • Color
  • Runtime: 130 minutes
  • NTSC (Canada and USA)
  • Originally in English
  • Released in English

Synopsis

Get out your handkerchiefs! This Oscar-winning film is both eccentrically funny and an old-fashioned tearjerker. The story centers around the volatile relationship between a mother and daughter, spanning 30 years. The various permutations of their lives are examined, including the daughter's bout with terminal cancer.

Description

A deeply observed drama about the intimate relationship between a mother and daughter, based on the novel by Larry McMurtry. Academy Award Nominations: 11, including Best Actress--Debra Winger and Best Supporting Actor--John Lithgow. Academy Awards: 5, including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actress--Shirley MacLaine, Best (Adapted) Screenplay, Best Supporting Actor--Jack Nicholson.

Notes

"Terms of Endearment" was James Brooks first big-screen directorial effort. The 1996 film "The Evening Star" is the sequel to "Terms of Endearment."
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