Why I Wore Lipstick to My Mastectomy
All Genres: Biography, Comedy, Drama
Release Year: 2006
Director: Peter Werner
Sound: Dolby Digital
Writing by: Nancey Silvers – (written by)
Geralyn Lucas – (book "Why I Wore Lipstick to My Mastectomy")
Produced by: David Beatty – associate producer
Terry Gould – producer
Robert O. Green – executive producer
Grossbart Kent – producer
Cast: Sarah Chalke – Geralyn Lucas
Jay Harrington – Tyler Lucas
Lally Cadeau – Geralyn's Mom
Harvey Atkin – Geralyn's Dad
Robin Brûlé – Wendy
Mayko Nguyen – Donna
Julie Khaner – Meredith
Ron Lea –
Patti LaBelle – Moneisha
Conrad Pla – Cuban Taxi Driver
Geoffrey Pounsett – Dr. Bob Bradley
Music: David Hirschfelder
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Plot Outline: A young woman tries to keep a positive attitude while battling breast cancer.
Plot: Based on a true story and memoir under the same name. With so many things going good in her life-great husband and friends, wonderful family, dream job-the last thing 27-year-old Geralyn Lucas expects is to be diagnosed with breast cancer. While having fear and doubts, Geralyn finds self-acceptance by relying on courage, humor, and her red lipstick.
Movie Quotes: George Christensen:”>they are watching a girl painting Jokel] That's J'ok-el!
Carmen Romero: Well, that's how they call her here, it's a Mayan name, but most Mexicans call her, La Llorona, The Weeping Woman. We shouldn't speak outloud about her, we shouldn't say her name
Carmen Romero: it's too dangerous. She was born in here, in San Cristobal, she felt in love with a Spanish Soldier, they had two children, and then he left her for another woman. That night, she went insane… She took her children to a lake, and she drowned them…
George Christensen: So, this is like a bed time story…
Carmen Romero: No, when she realized what she had done, she filled her pockets with stones and walked to the bottom of the lake.
Crazy Credits: We know about 1 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
Steve Miller is credited as “Bill Borzak” in the end credits. Bill Borzak is a name that he would go by many times while wrestling.
Goofs: We know about 2 goofs. Here comes one of them:
Continuity: During the episode entitled “9:02″, an electromagnetic pulse hits the town of Jericho. As a result of this, all computers cease to function, including those found in newer automobiles (~90-present). Despite this fact, many of the following episodes have shown recently manufactured vehicles in proper running condition.
Trivia: There are 1 entries in the trivia list – like these:
- J-ok'el means “The crying woman” in Tzotzil dialect.