The Scoundrel's Wife

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The Scoundrel's Wife
The Home Front DVD cover.jpg
DVD cover
Directed by Glen Pitre
Produced by Jerry Daigle
Peggy Rajski
Written by Glen Pitre
Michelle Benoit
Starring Tatum O'Neal
Music by Ernest Troost
Cinematography Uta Briesewitz
Edited by Peter B. Ellis
Production
company
Advantage Partners Pictures
Circle in the Sky Productions
Cote Blanche
Heritage Entertainment
Distributed by Miracle Entertainment
Release dates
2002
Running time
102 min
Country United States
Language English

The Scoundrel's Wife (US video title: The Home Front) is a 2002 romantic drama film directed by Glen Pitre, who co-wrote screenplay with Michelle Benoit, and starring by Tatum O'Neal.

Plot[edit]

It tells the story of a woman suspected of being a saboteur, who struggling to raise two children in a small village during World War II. This film is a period drama which takes place in Louisiana at the beginning of U.S. entry into World War II. A certain military is looking for the Germans who are sinking America's ships off the coast and fishermen who are trading goods.

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