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In this recreation of the iconic final scene from the original film, Joanna (Nicole Kidman) appears at the supermarket where she purchases groceries alongside the other Stepford wives.
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Cast: Roger Bart, Matthew Broderick, Christopher Walken, Lorri Bagley, Glenn Close, Colleen Dunn, Faith Hill, Nicole Kidman, Bette Midler
Director: Frank Oz
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Producer: Ronald M. Bozman, Leslie J. Converse, Donald De Line, Gabriel Grunfeld, Scott Rudin, Edgar J. Scherick, Keri Selig
Screenwriter: Ira Levin, Paul Rudnick
Film Description: Ira Levin's best-selling novel about a town where great wives aren't born but made gets a second screen adaptation in this darkly satirical comedy drama. Joanna Eberhart (Nicole Kidman) is a successful television executive until one day her career hits the glass ceiling and crashes to the ground. Looking to take some time off to start over, Joanna and her husband, Walter Kresby (Matthew Broderick), pull up stakes and move to the peaceful suburban community of Stepford. Walter takes to his new environment with real enthusiasm and joins the local men's organization, headed by one Mike Wellington. Joanna, on the other hand, finds that Stepford is just a bit too quiet and well-groomed for her taste, and is taken aback by the aggressively cheerful and servile attitude of Mike's wife, Claire (Glenn Close), and the other women of the community. A notable exception is Bobbi Markowitz (Bette Midler), a happily misanthropic writer who revels in her lack of enthusiasm for housework or exercise. Joanna and Bobbi become fast friends, but as they look closer at the all-too-perfect surfaces of Stepford and its female inhabitants, they slowly discover a terrible secret lurking beneath. Also featuring Faith Hill, Jon Lovitz, and Roger Bart, The Stepford Wives was previously adapted for the screen in 1975, with Katherine Ross in the lead; that version spawned three made-for-TV sequels.
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