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The Loss of a Teardrop Diamond Details

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A rebellious socialite defies social conventions for a once-in-a-lifetime shot at true love, only to see her hopes for the future shattered after a priceless diamond vanishes into thin air in this romantic drama adapted from a long-lost [[Performer~P116908~Tennessee Williams~tennesseewilliams]] screenplay. Fisher Willow ([[Performer~P367460~Bryce Dallas Howard~brycedallashoward]]) is the debutant daughter of a wealthy Memphis plantation owner. She harbors a great distain for the narrow-minded elite who seem to worship the ground her father walks on, and takes great delight in shocking and insulting them whenever the opportunity to do so arises. Shortly after returning from studying overseas, Fisher is swept off her feet by lowly farmhand Jimmy Dobyne ([[Performer~P302167~Chris Evans~chrisevans]]), who works on her father's plantation. His father a hopeless alcoholic and his mother having long since lost her mental capacities, Jimmy seems destined to go nowhere in life until Fisher hires him as her escort for the lavish party season and attempts to pass him off as an upper-class suitor in order to placate her spinster aunt Cornelia ([[Performer~P1846~Ann-Margret~annmargret]]), who's been placed in charge of the family fortune. When one of Cornelia's priceless diamonds suddenly goes missing, a storm of accusations and betrayals begins to brew, effectively threatening to destroy any hopes that Fisher and Jimmy may have had for a happy future together. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

  • Release date:December 30, 2009

Crew

Jodie Markell
Director
Brad M. Gilbert
Producer
Tennessee Williams
Screenwriter
Giles Nuttgens
Cinematographer
Joe Mulherin
Musical Direction/Supervision
Susan E. Morse
Editor
David Stein
Production Designer
Richard Hoover
Art Director
Catherine Kellner
Executive Producer
Ron Gilbert
Executive Producer
Chrisi Karvonides Dushenko
Costume Designer
Alice Baker
Set Decorator
Robert Fernandez
Sound/Sound Designer
Avy Kaufman
Casting
Vivian Baker
Makeup
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