Raggedy Man (1981)
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In this film, Sissy Spacek plays a divorced mother of two who tries to go it alone in mid-1940s Texas. Sissy must endure the unwanted attentions of every low-life man in the community. Enter Eric Roberts, a young sailor who becomes both friend and protector to Spacek and her sons.
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Critic Reviews for Raggedy Man
Worth seeing for Sissy Spacek's turn, but the film is incoherent, borrowing elements from To Kill a Mockingbird (Sam Shepard's strange) character and the notion of a sexually harassed woman trapped in her own home, just like Wait Until Dark.
Raggedy Man profiles a lonely woman desperately trying to make it on her own.
Audience Reviews for Raggedy Man
I loved this movie! Great classic movie, and I fell in love with Eric Roberts when I first saw him in this awesome movie. :)
a sleeper that illustrates spacek's talent and how eric roberts might have been bigger than julia. Sam shepard appears...sort of.
One womans story about raising her two sons alone by being a telephone operator. and her husband returns from the war to protect her nd his two little boys..
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