The Family Stone

The Family Stone

The Stone family and their relationship partners gather for Christmas and experience a profound undoing of pride and an opening of the heart.
LENGTH: 103 min.
YEAR: 2005
DIRECTOR:
Thomas Bezucha
COUNTRY:
USA

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Jutta
1 month ago

This is one of my all-time favorite movies. The “freak flag” comment is so good! What a lesson in letting yourself be exactly as you are.

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