Slums of Beverly Hills
In 1976, teenage and motherless Vivian encounters blossoming womanhood in an all-male family. Cousin Rita (Marisa Tomei) comes to live with them and introduces Vivian to life in the Beverly Hills... View more >
sexual situations, nudity, language and drug content
Starring Natasha Lyonne, Alan Arkin, Bryna Weiss... View more >
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This movie is a coming of age film that takes place during the 70's. It centers on a family that moves from place to place supposedly so they stay in a good school district. Simply put I didn't like this movie at all. I don't like movies that feel so desolate. I'm sure many people will like this movie. But I'm not one of them.
An excellant movie about a family who go from motel to motel seeking a place to live. One girl, the only one in the family, began to experience womanhood. "The Slums of Beverly Hills" is a very smart movie that avoids the pitfalls of a bad sitcon. I love this movie.
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