A HOME OF OUR OWN (Theatrical Release Canada 1993)

Ben Meyers’ rating: 4.3|5.0 Starsìììì

A Home of Our Own—
classic family film—deserves place in the family home video library due to its repeated emphasis that obtaining good life relies on struggle, perseverance, extreme heart, and abiding love/loyalty for one’s own. No whining in this film...no belief in life relies on a free lunch...it’s story has been well directed by Director Tony Bill. How the real family works and succeeds by staying together and pulling together through thick and thin times becomes a terrific ode to how to develop a life and reputation worth having.

Film Poster Courtesy of Wikipedia


A widow decides Los Angeles is not the best place to raise her children, loads them into the car, and drives as far as she can before landing in Idaho where she begins building a new life.

Additional Thanks

Thank you to Director Tony Bill for directing effort. Thank you to Executive Producer Patrick Sheane for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Frances Lacey (Kathy Bates), Shayne Lacey (Edward Furlong), Lynn Lacey (Clarissa Lassig), Faye Lacey (Sarah Schaub), Murray Lacey (Miles Feulner), Annie Lacey (Amy Sakasitz), Craig Lacey (T.J. Lowther), Mr. Munimura (Soon-Tek Oh), and Norman (Tony Campisi).

Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

Yes. It’s great entertainment and provides good, after watching discussion fare for children and adults.

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