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Rated R · 111 minutes · 2000

Comedy, Drama

The bizarre death of Peggy Ingraham, the matriarch of a working-class Texas family, sets off fireworks within her dysfunctional family. Her determinedly proper daughter Latrelle is in denial over the fact that her son Ty, an actor trying to make it in Hollywood, is gay, and is relieved that her only brother, a gay drag queen and dedicated Tammy Wynette impersonator, has been confined to a mental institution for 23 years simply because he is gay. Latrelle's brassy sister LaVonda, however, thinks her brother should be released from the institution and has a perfect right to attend their mother's funeral. Meanwhile, Ty, who has strived hard to accept his homosexuality, realizes that there is no way he can return home for his grandmother's funeral without coming out to his mother.

Director: Del Shores
Writer: Del Shores
Producer: Victoria Alonso, Max CiVon, J Todd Harris and Sharyn lane
Cast: Newell Alexander, Rosemary alexander, Bonnie Bedelia, Beau Bridges and Olivia Newton-John

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