The 24 Hour Woman

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The 24 Hour Woman
24 Hour Woman.jpg
Original movie poster
Directed by Nancy Savoca
Produced by Larry Meistrich
Written by Nancy Savoca
Richard Guay
Cinematography Teresa Medina
Edited by Camilla Toniolo
Shooting Gallery
Distributed by Artisan Entertainment
Release date
  • January 29, 1999 (1999-01-29)
Running time
93 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $2,500,000
Box office $109,535 (USA)

The 24 Hour Woman is a 1999 film directed and co-written by Nancy Savoca. The film was shot on location in New York City.[1]


"A story about getting everything you want and what comes next."


Grace (Rosie Perez) struggles to be both a successful television producer and mother.

Principal cast[edit]

Actor Role
Rosie Perez Grace Santos
Marianne Jean-Baptiste Madeline Labelle
Patti LuPone Joan Marshall
Karen Duffy Margo Lynn
Diego Serrano Eddie Diaz
Melissa Leo Dr. Suzanne Pincus
Wendell Pierce Roy Labelle
Chris Cooper Ron Hacksby

Critical reception[edit]

Janet Maslin of The New York Times found the film's depiction of working women to be genuine but overall did not think highly of the film:

However, Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times enjoyed the film and rated it 3 stars out of his 4 star rating system and overall thought it was a pleasant experience:


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