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I Never Promised You a Rose Garden

A disturbed, institutionalized 16 year old girl struggles between fantasy and reality. Format: Color, Dolby, DVD, Full Screen, NTSC Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono) Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.) Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1 Number of discs: 1 Rated: R (Restricted) Studio: New Concorde DVD Release Date: September 25, 2001 Run Time: 96 minutes

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  • Produced by: Daniel H. Blatt, Edgar J. Scherick, Michael Hausman, Roger Corman
  • Directed by: Anthony Page
  • Written by: Gavin Lambert, Joanne Greenberg, Lewis John Carlino
  • Cast: Kathleen Quinlan (“The Hills Have Eyes,” “Apollo 13″), Dennis Quaid (“Vantage Point,” “The Day After Tomorrow”), Bibi Andersson (“Persona”, “The Seventh Seal”), Sylvia Sidney (“Fury”, “Dead End”, “Mars Attacks!”), Susan Tyrell
  • 1977

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2 comments to I Never Promised You a Rose Garden

  • J. M. Donlon

    The Film of The Book Based on the cult book of the same name, this true story manages to capture and convey the atmosphere of the book, and the remarkable relationship bewteen Debbie, a young girl suffering from schizophrenia, living in a world peopled by gods of her own creation, and her psychotherapist, Dr. Fried – alias Frieda Fromm-Reichmann, the wife of Eric Fromm, the famous psychoanalyst. This truly touching and remarkable tale emphasizes the kernel of human potential and light in Debbie, and the considerable insight and compassion in her therapist, whilst set in the most adverse conditions of a mental hospital. The acting is highly convincing, the direction thoughtful, while the story and plot-structure complement each another, in masterfully portraying the essential elements of the classic book by Hannah Green.

  • "prycehowell"

    GOOD MOVIE – LOUSY DVD Again a good movie has been issued on a lousy dvd. Not only is the picture quality less than many vhs tapes, but they falsely advertise a full-length commentary by Kathleen Quinlan, the star, which is non-existant. There is an interview with her, separate from the film. This is a movie which deserves better, and this is just the rotten, greedy kind of job which is going to ruin the dvd industry eventually. How the morons who take part in this sort of product can live with themselves is above and beyond me.

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