Dolores Claiborne
1995
When Maine housekeeper Dolores is accused of murdering her elderly employer, her estranged daughter Selena, a New York reporter, is determined to find answers. On her visit, Selena also learns the truth about her father's death 15 years earlier.

Scott Hardie: “It ruled.”

The movie is as strong as I recall the novel being, except without the "dust bunnies" and other inessential nonsense. The three lead actresses are great, especially Kathy Bates in a complex role. Maine looks foreboding in the steel-gray photography.

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Steve West: This was about the period that I had given up on King because of all the non-essentials that most of his novels are bulked with. I'll give this one a look. − February 4, 2012 • more by Steve

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