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White Oleander
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White Oleander 2002

From Amazon: White Oleander chronicles the life of Astrid (Alison Lohman), a young teenager who journeys through a series of foster homes after her mother (Michelle Pfeiffer) goes to prison for committing a crime of passion. Set adrift in the world, Astrid struggles to become her own person while coming to terms with the challenges of living life on her own. (read more)

Directed By:
No image existsPeter Kosminsky
Michelle PfeifferMichelle Pfeiffer
Renee ZellwegerRenee Zellweger
No image existsRobin Wright Penn
No image existsNoah Wyl

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White Oleander Movie Review by Gabby (1/28/2008)

I've been watching this movie for years on lifetime. I love it. Mainly cause i can relate to it i suppose, that always makes something better doesnt it?! I feel very bad for the teenager in this movie and i love how you slowly get to see her transform. It emotionally reaches out to me and every one in this movie did a very...

(complete White Oleander review by Gabby)

White Oleander Movie Review by Zara (4/4/2007)

This is a creepy movie about a woman who is so manipulative and cruel that she is able to control her daughter even after she is imprisoned for poisoning the boyfriend who wanted to leave her. It is Michelle Pheiffer at her best in a role that is so quiet and understated and yet so overwhelmingly powerful that it can't be...

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