Square Dance (film)
|Produced by||Daniel Petrie
|Written by||Alan Hines|
|Music by||Bruce Broughton|
|Distributed by||Island Pictures|
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Gemma Dillard (Winona Ryder) is a 13-year-old country girl who lives with her Grandpa Dillard (Jason Robards). Gemma is visited by her mother with an offer to come stay with her in the city. Her mother is now married and can provide for her.
Gemma accepts and soon finds herself in a new environment. She becomes acquainted with a man with an intellectual disability, 21-year-old Rory Torrance (Rob Lowe). They play together, hang out together, and imagine that they're married.
The story focuses on a series of bitter-sweet experiences that eventually return Gemma to the country.
- Winona Ryder as Gemma Dillard
- Jason Robards as Grandpa Dillard
- Jane Alexander as Juanelle
- Rob Lowe as Rory
- Guich Koock as Frank
- Deborah Richter as Gwen
One of the members of the Bayou Band as seen in the film was Trace Adkins who, in 1996, would have the first of more than 20 country hits.
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