After we added stills some days ago, now it’s time for screencaptures of Jessica Lange in “A Thousand Acres”
A modern-day telling of King Lear. Larry Cook is the patriarch of a mid-Western farming dynasty who announces his desire to share the land between his three daughters, precipitating a list of crises that threaten to engulf the family.
Let’s start with some 90s movies. Here is screencaptures of Jessica Lange from “Night and the City”
Harry Fabian (Robert De Niro) is a crooked lawyer running cons all over New York City. After he fails at a boxing scam, he finds himself in dire financial straits and takes a loan from a merciless moneylender named Mr. Peck (Eli Wallach). When he needs help paying Peck back, Harry turns to Helen (Jessica Lange), a married waitress he is sleeping with. He begins to plot one last con — that double-crosses many of his allies. With no friends left around town, Harry’s luck goes from bad to worse.
One more from the late 80’s, Music Box.
Attorney Ann Talbot (Jessica Lange) leads the defense of a Hungarian immigrant accused of Nazi war crimes, Mike Laszlo (Armin Mueller-Stahl). But this isn’t just another case for her — Laszlo is her father. Ann is sure that he’s innocent, and intends to convince a jury that her client is the victim of a far-reaching Communist conspiracy. But, as she digs deeper into her father’s past, Ann discovers some startling secrets that open up new mysteries.
Film Productions – 1989: Music Box – Captures
Jessica Lange in 1986’s movie Crimes of the Heart
In this tearjerker based on a successful stage drama, an untimely death haunts a trio of sisters, yet their love proves stronger than any familial tragedy. Meg (Jessica Lange), Lenny (Diane Keaton) and Babe Magrath (Sissy Spacek) aren’t exactly mirror images of one another, as becomes clear through their dealings with Old Granddaddy (Hurd Hatfield). But when one of the siblings is pushed to the brink by desperation, they pull together during a makeshift reunion.
As moving to a new hosting has finally performed well on all parts, we keep going in our gallery update of Jessica Lange’s projects. Today’s selection is 1985 movie “Sweet Dreams”.
Aspiring country singer Patsy Cline (Jessica Lange) is resigned to both her thankless gigs and her unhappy marriage, until she meets the charismatic Charlie Dick (Ed Harris). Eventually leaving her husband to marry Charlie, Patsy temporarily shelves her performing career to be a mother. Later she returns to singing and finds success under manager Randy Hughes (David Clennon). Patsy hits a remarkable stride with a string of hit singles, and has become a full-fledged star when tragedy strikes.
Film Productions – 1985: Sweet Dreams – Captures
Going on adding Jessica Lange’s projects, today is Frances time. Enjoy the photo stills and screencaptures from the movie.
This biopic explores the true story of Frances Farmer (Jessica Lange), a mold-breaking actress from Seattle who moved to Hollywood, Calif., and gained notoriety for her unconventional attitude. After being lured to New York under false pretenses, dealing with her overbearing mother and an addiction to alcohol lead to a mental collapse. Institutionalized, Farmer is abused by patients and staff alike. Following her release, Farmer hosts a local Indianapolis TV show until her death in 1970.