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6 Ratings

The Lonely Lady

Directed by Peter Sasdy
United States, 1983


Aspiring writer Jerilee Randall marries the much older Hollywood screenwriter Walter Thornton after he rescues her from a brutal assault when she’s just a teenager. But eventually their marriage fails, and Jerilee finds herself on her own.

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The Lonely Lady Directed by Peter Sasdy

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  • Matt Burgess's rating of the film The Lonely Lady

    Thank god for Pia Zadora. She is shat on regularly by the press but always gives it her all and looks great doing it. This is her finest moment. Underneath the film's made-for-tv aesthetics, shitty soundtrack and obvious campy delights, believe me it really IS an accurate portrayal of the industry - a soul-sucking cesspool of assholes, sleazebags, impotent intellectuals and predatory lesbians lurking in hot tubs!

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