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How To Make An American Quilt

Rated PG-13 for a scene of drug use, some sensuality and nudity.

PG-13 116min.
 
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A young woman at a crossroads in her life finds herself receiving plenty of advice from her older and wiser counterparts in this drama. Finn Dodd (Winona Ryder) is a graduate student trying to finish up her doctoral thesis on women's folk art while ... Read More
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Finn Dodd
Glady Jo, Finn's great aunt
Hy (Finn's grandmother)
Constance Saunders, Dean's mistress
Em (artist's wife)
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