The Boy Who Cried Bitch Trailer

The Boy Who Cried Bitch Trailer (1991)

10 October 1991 Drama 105 mins

Divorced rich bitch Candice Love has three sons at boarding school. The eldest, 12 year-old Dan, is totally unmanageable and aggressive, a bad influence on his brothers. When attempts to `socialise’ him fail, his mother takes him back home, where he gradually progresses into psychosis.

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Cast

Harley Cross

as Dan Love

Karen Young

as Candice Love

Jesse Bradford

as Mike Love

J. D. Daniels

as Nick Love

Gene Canfield

as Jim Cutler

Moira Kelly

as Jessica

Reathel Bean

as Dr. Goldstein

John Rothman

as Stokes

Samuel Wright

as Richard

Perry Moore

as William

Sean Ashby

as Gene

Edwina Lewis

as Ann Marie, R.N.

Ken Eaton

as Teacher

Chris McKenna

as Ross (as Christopher L. McKenna)

Crew

Wendy Blackstone

Original Music Composer

Daniel Shulman

Daniel Shulman Director of Photography

Nancy Deren

Nancy Deren Production Design

International Releases Dates

United States 10 October 1991

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