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Happiness (15-May-1998)

Director: Todd Solondz

Writer: Todd Solondz

Keywords: Dark Comedy, New Jersey, Child Molestation

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jane Adams
Actor
1-Apr-1965   Dr. Mel Karnofsky on Frasier
Elizabeth Ashley
Actor
30-Aug-1939   Take Her, She's Mine
Dylan Baker
Actor
7-Oct-1959   Murder One
Lara Flynn Boyle
Actor
24-Mar-1970   Wayne's World
Ben Gazzara
Actor
28-Aug-1930 3-Feb-2012 The Thomas Crown Affair
Jared Harris
Actor
24-Aug-1961   I Shot Andy Warhol
Philip Seymour Hoffman
Actor
23-Jul-1967 2-Feb-2014 Capote
Louise Lasser
Actor
11-Apr-1939   Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman
Jon Lovitz
Comic
21-Jul-1957   Yeaaaah, that's the ticket!
Camryn Manheim
Actor
8-Mar-1961   Ellenor Frutt on The Practice
Marla Maples
Relative
27-Oct-1963   One of Donald Trump's ex-wives
Molly Shannon
Comic
16-Sep-1964   Saturday Night Live
Cynthia Stevenson
Actor
2-Aug-1962   Joy Lass on Dead Like Me

REVIEWS

Review by anonymous (posted on 23-Jul-2006)

This is one scary movie that has been suggested as a comedy but child molestation isn't funny. That does not take away from the great acting and well done work of this movie. Its important that we look at child molestation as a serious and real issue and this movie does a good job of doing so. I would not recommend this movie for those with unresolved issues but do recommend it for those who want to understand that there are many victims of child molestation including the perpetrators. Happiness is a very sad movie indeed but well worth watching.


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