Hello Again (DVD)
Directed by Frank Perry
Housewife Lucy Chadman (Shelley Long, Outrageous Fortune, TV’s Cheers) comes to an untimely end while nibbling on a chicken ball... but says Hello Again when her wacky, mystical sister Zelda (Judith Ivey, Compromising Positions) brings her back from the great beyond. Only one year has passed but oh, how things have changed. Lucy’s miraculous return creates laugh-filled pandemonium with everyone she re-encounters... especially with her upwardly mobile husband (Corbin Bernsen, Disorganized Crime), who now is wed to her “former” best friend (Sela Ward, Steele Justice). Suddenly solo, Lucy must piece together a new life—in a riotous odyssey that bewitches her handsome doctor... bewilders her ex-husband... and bedazzles both press and public alike. Wonderfully directed by acclaimed filmmaker Frank Perry (Ladybug Ladybug, Mommie Dearest) and co-starring Gabriel Byrne (Miller’s Crossing), Austin Pendleton (My Boyfriend’s Back) and Tony Sirico (Paulie ‘Walnuts’ of The Sopranos).
DVD Extras Include:
Audio Commentary by Film Historian and Critic Peter Tonguette
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