Map Of The World

Theatrical Release: January 21, 2000
Map Of The World
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Synopsis

A rural Wisconsin community doesn’t quite know what to make of Alice Goodwin, an outspoken wife with a droll perspective on human nature. Her life becomes one challenge after another when a friend’s daughter drowns while under Alice’s care. Alice, a grade school nurse, is then accused of child molestation by a disturbed child and his drug-addicted mother. She is arrested and put in jail until her husband can raise bail, by selling off the farm. It is a film showing how a nonreligious person copes with life’s crises.

Dove Review

Content Description

Five or six profanities, plus a few obscenities; one sexual situation; nudity; some crude sexual comments from prison inmates; death of a child; strife in the home; anti-Christian sentiments, as a Christian is portrayed as pious and accusatory; drug and alcohol abuse.

Info

Company: Overseas Filmgroup
Writer: Peter Hedges and Polly Platt
Director: Scott Elliott
Producer: Kathleen Kennedy and Frank Marshall
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 125 min.
Industry Rating: R