|Strangers in Good Company
A film by Cynthia Scott
105 minutes, fiction, color, English, 1990
A film about being old. And thinking young.
In this film by Academy Award winner Cynthia Scott, seven old women become stranded at a deserted farmhouse miles from civilization. They don't have much food, or a decent place to sleep. Or much in common. But these surprising, remarkable women turn a crisis into a magical time of humor and spirit.
"One of the most exhilarating movies ever made about people who've grown old but remain ageless inside." - New York Newsday
"Both witty and wise-an epiphany for the price of a movie ticket!" - Philadelphia Inquirer
"An enchanting reverie...and unlikely treasure!" - Washington Post
"Eloquently witty and touching! There may be bigger, costlier, weightier
films around; there are none lovelier!" - Peter Travers, Rolling Stone