“A Walk on the Moon” quotes(1999)
Plot – America is facing the 1969 Apollo mission and the war in Vietnam. Pearl Kantrowitz is a young housewife and goes on holiday with her daughter Alison and her son Daniel, while her husband Marty stays only in the weekends because he's busy at work. Pearl meets Jerome Walker, a young hippie, and begins a relationship with him, but forbids her daughter to date a friend, so Alison escapes and goes to Woodstock to assist to a big rock concert. Her mother goes there too with Jerome and when Marty discovers his wife's relationship, he wants to abandon her and leave with the guys. Pearl ends the relationship with Jerome. When she comes back home, she puts on some light music. Marty comes back too and puts on rock music instead, then they begin to dance together.
All actors – Bobby Boriello, Diane Lane, Anna Paquin, Tovah Feldshuh, Liev Schreiber, Julie Kavner, Stewart Bick, Jess Platt, Mahée Paiement, Star Jasper, Ellen David, Lisa Bronwyn Mooreshow all
“A Walk on the Moon” Quotes 7 quotes
“There's no such thing as a nice sixteen year old boy.”
“- Pearl Kantrowitz: I've never seen one so small.
- Walker Jerome: You like that? My brother picked it up in southeast Asia.
- Pearl Kantrowitz: What was he doing over there?
- Walker Jerome: Killing people.”
“Sometimes things happen between people that make it impossible for them to stay together.”
“- Pearl Kantrowitz: I went to Woodstock.
- Marty Kantrowitz: You went to Woodstock.
- Pearl Kantrowitz: Ummm...
- Marty Kantrowitz: Was it groovy?”
“- Alison Kantrowitz: You love the blouseman more than all of us?
- Pearl Kantrowitz: No. Sometimes it's easier to be different with a different person.”
“- Alison Kantrowitz: I never have to listen to you ever again. I saw you. I was there. You should have seen yourself. You looked disgusting! I'm the teenager! Not you! You had your chance.
- Pearl Kantrowitz: No. I didn't.
- Alison Kantrowitz: Well then why do the rest of us have to suffer just because you fucked up your life!”