Maria's Lovers ★★½ 1984 (R)
The wife (Kinski) of an impotent WWII veteran (Savage) succumbs to the charms of a rakish lady-killer (Spano). Savage turns to the charms of an older woman, finds love again with Kinski, but is still impotent; she gets pregnant by a wandering minstrel (Carradine) and on we go to film climax. Offbeat and uneven, representing Russian director Konchalovsky's first American film and one of Kinski's better roles. 103m/C VHS, DVD . Nastassja Kinski, John Savage, Robert Mitchum, Keith Carradine, Anita Morris, Bud Cort, Karen Young, Tracy Nelson, John Goodman, Vincent Spano; D: Andrei Konchalovsky; W: Andrei Konchalovsky, Marjorie David, Gerard Brach, Paul Zindel; C: Juan Ruiz-Anchia; M: Gary S. Remal. Maricela 1988 Young Maricela Flores and her mother have come to the U.S. from El Salvador to escape the fighting. Living with a Southern Californian family, Maricela has a hard time adjusting to American life and, in particular, dealing with prejudice. An entry in the PBS “Wonderworks” series. 55m/C VHS, DVD . Linda Lavin, Carlina Cruz.
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