The Scoundrel's Wife
The Scoundrel's Wife (U.S. video title: The Home Front) is a 2002 romantic drama film directed by Glen Pitre, who co-wrote screenplay with Michelle Benoit, and starring by Tatum O'Neal, Julian Sands and Tim Curry.
The Scoundrel's Wife tells the story of a woman suspected of being a saboteur, who struggling to raise two children in a small village during World War II. The film is a period drama which takes place in Louisiana at the beginning of U.S. entry into World War II. A certain military is looking for the Germans who are sinking America's ships off the coast and fishermen who are trading goods.
|author||Glen Pitre Michelle Benoit|
|editor||Peter B. Ellis|
|keywords||begin period drama small village struggle suspect trade world war ii|
|productionCompany||Advantage Partners Pictures Circle in the Sky Productions Cote Blanche Heritage Entertainment|