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The Loss of a Teardrop Diamond

Rating:PG-13 (for some sexuality and drug content)
Genre:Drama, Romance
Release Date:December 30, 2009
Running time:102 minutes
Cast:Bryce Dallas Howard, Chris Evans, Ellen Burstyn, Mamie Gummer, Ann-Margret
Director:Jodie Markell
Producer:Brad Michael Gilbert
Writer:Tennessee Williams
Distributor:Paladin

Description: Fisher Willow a headstrong young heiress chafes under the constraints of proper Southern society and rebels by asking the impoverished but handsome son of her father's caretaker, Jimmy Dobyne, to escort her to the major Memphis social events of the season. The relationship is purely a business arrangement at the outset, with Fisher paying for Jimmy's time and attention, but when she discovers that she really loves him, she finds it impossible to re-write the rules and earn the affection she tried to buy.

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