Love Hurts (1991 film)
Video release poster
|Directed by||Bud Yorkin|
|Produced by||Doro Bachrach
|Written by||Ron Nyswaner|
|Music by||Burt Bacharach|
|Edited by||John C. Horger|
|Distributed by||Vestron Pictures|
Love Hurts is a comedy-drama film, released in late 1990 in the United Kingdom and 1991 in the United States. Co-produced and directed by Bud Yorkin, it stars Jeff Daniels, Cynthia Sikes, Cloris Leachman, Judith Ivey and John Mahoney.
Daniels plays a womanizer who goes home to Pennsylvania for a wedding and finds his past catching up with him.
Paul Weaver (Jeff Daniels) is accustomed to playing around on his wife Nancy (Cynthia Sikes) from his baseball-playing days. When divorce papers are filed against him, Paul decides to travel to Pennsylvania and attend his sister's wedding. But Nancy and his two children are both there, making the situation uncomfortable for everyone.
- Jeff Daniels as Paul Weaver
- Judith Ivey as Susan Volcheck
- Cloris Leachman as Ruth Weaver
- John Mahoney as Boomer
- Cynthia Sikes as Nancy Weaver
- Annabelle Weenick as Miriam Whipkey
- Amy Wright as Karen Weaver
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