The Grass Harp (1996)
A young orphan comes of age with the help of his father's two eccentric cousins in this intelligent but touching drama. Collin Fenwick is the young man who has been raised during the Depression by the off-beat Talbo sisters, Dolly and Verena.
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Critic Reviews for The Grass Harp
Helmer Charles Matthau combines a sensitive screenplay adaptation of Truman Capote's autobiographical novel with a wonderful ensemble cast to create a jewel of a film.
Star power isn't a problem in this episodic rendering of Truman Capote's novel. A scattershot story without focus is, which is why the film soon evaporates from the memory.
Compels us to consider the bounties of nature an the spiritual virtues of freedom, love, and storytelling.
Audience Reviews for The Grass Harp
lovely small film, all the performers do superior work but Piper Laurie stands above them all with a performance that is exquisite, touching and real.More
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