HOW TO MAKE AN AMERICAN QUILT
Release Date: October 06, 1995
Distributor: Universal Pictures
Director: Jocelyn Moorhouse
Producer: Midge Sanford & Sarah Pillsbury
Writer: Jane Anderson CONTENT: (Ro, FR, LL, SS, NN, A, M) Romantic worldview with animistic elements; 12 obscenities & 2 profanities; one adulterous kiss & three implied acts of fornication with depicted foreplay; woman takes off dress to swim, obscured full female nudity, photo of phallus, brief female frontal nudity, & upper male nudity; alcohol use; and, marijuana use.
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DISTRIBUTOR: Universal Pictures
GENRE: Romantic Drama
Set in Northern California, the scenery is picturesque, and the photography of old homes and beautiful fabrics provides a feeling of nostalgia. It is pleasant to see such determined women creating beautiful works of art. Of course, this pseudo-American ambience covers up the immoral heart of the movie. This movie may touch those stung by the pain of lost love, divorce, death, and other emotional woes surrounding relationships, but it doesn't provide a message in support of virtue, marriage or love. These women are ungrounded in a moral framework, and, unlike a meticulous quilt pattern, find their lives frayed and torn. They are beautiful in their God-given humanity, but soiled through sin and a lack of knowledge of the truth.