There Goes My Baby (film)
|There Goes My Baby|
|Directed by||Floyd Mutrux|
|Produced by||Robert Shapiro
|Written by||Floyd Mutrux|
|Narrated by||Anne Archer|
|Music by||Dick Bernstein
|Cinematography||William A. Fraker|
|Editing by||Danford B. Greene
|Distributed by||Orion Pictures Corporation|
|Release dates||September 2, 1994|
|Running time||99 min|
There Goes My Baby (also released as The Last Days of Paradise) is a 1994 film directed by Stephen Fisher and Floyd Mutrux, and starring Dermot Mulroney, Rick Schroder, Noah Wyle, Lucy Deakins, Mark Ruffalo and Kelli Williams.
Told from the point of view of the class valedictorian, Mary Beth, the story follows a group of high school seniors during the 1965 Watts Riots. The film was finished and originally intended for a theatrical run in 1991, however, it did not receive its release until September 2, 1994.
In August 1994, Variety said the film was a "riveting, infectious comic drama [that] has a real shot at sleeper success with proper support." TV Guide called it the "most overwrought celebration of coming of age in the 1960s since Arthur Penn's catastrophic Four Friends.
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