A 1994 American drama directed by Tony Richardson about a woman (Jessica Lange) stumbling upon a nuclear bomb test cover-ups.
The movie also stars Tommy Lee Jones, Powers Boothe, Carrie Snodgress, Amy Locane, Chris O'Donnell, Mitchell Ryan, Dale Dye, Tim Scott, Annie Ross, Gary Bullock, Matt Battaglia, and Rod Masterson.
It was released on September 16, 1994.
Tropes for the film:
- The '60s: Takes place in 1962.
- Crunchtastic: Alex, the oldest, has a tendency to invent words by combining smaller words, such as "turnkiss" when the boy she's dating surprises her with a kiss mid-conversation.
- Funny Photo Phrase: Carly presents Alex with a camera, telling her that she should be the family historian since she's so smart. She immediately moves to take a picture of everyone doing what they're doing at that moment, and directs them all to say "Say, 'shit'!" (They do.)
- Tagline: "In a world of secrets, love is the most powerful weapon".