Robert Benton

Kramer Vs. Kramer

Robert Benton's Oscar-winning adaptation of Avery Corman's bestseller takes on contemporary problems of divorce and shifting gender roles, as a jilted husband learns how to be a nurturing father.... Read more
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Feast of Love

Feast Of Love begins with a metaphor about the Greek god’s being bored and creating humans, love, and laughter. Later there are even more metaphors for life, death, and love.... Read more
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Feast of Love

Feast Of Love begins with a metaphor about the Greek god’s being bored and creating humans, love, and laughter. Later there are even more metaphors for life, death, and love.... Read more
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The Human Stain

Coleman Silk (Anthony Hopkins) is a college professor accused of using a racial slur in class.  This film is a dark look into how one person can affect the lives of others and the secrets we keep can harm everyone.... Read more
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The Human Stain

Coleman Silk (Anthony Hopkins) is a college professor accused of using a racial slur in class.  This film is a dark look into how one person can affect the lives of others and the secrets we keep can harm everyone.... Read more
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Places in the Heart

Of the three "mortgage on the farm" films of 1984 (Country and The River were the other two), Places in the Heart is the only one set during the Depression. After her husband is killed, Sally Field is forced to take over the debt-ridden Texas family farm herself.... Read more
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