Variety - 05/16/1984
"...O'Neal and Long spark off a nice romantic chemistry....Wanamaker and Garfield turn in effective support work..."
A.V. Club - 04/22/2009
"[T]he script scores some clever jabs at the vapid self-absorption of show-biz types....Film buffs should enjoy its genially amusing riff on '70s Hollywood mythology..."
The comic story of a nine-year-old girl who sues her parents for divorce. Through a series of flashbacks, it is revealed how the girl's parents wrote a script that made them millions, but left their daughter out of the family picture.
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Detailed Synopsis: In a tale alternating between the past and the present, a precocious little girl sues her selfish, career-driven parents for emancipation.
A comedy about the dissolution of a marriage, Hollywood-style. Filmmaker Albert Brodsky leaves wife Lucy in the dust when his career takes off like a rocket. But it's their nine-year-old daughter who's suing for divorce -- from her parents!
Family Interaction |
Law / Lawyers |
Color by Technicolor.
Shown at the Cannes Film Festival market May 14, 1984.