Jessica Young from The Rants and Raves Podcast joins us to discuss 1987’s Flowers in the Attic, written and directed by Jeffrey Bloom, and adapted from the V.C. Andrews’ novel of the same title. None of us were prepared for the many life lessons the film would teach us. For instance, did you know that kids need food to survive? And that you shouldn’t store your arsenic in your pantry? We sure didn’t! And who knew that ballet gives you super strength? Not us! Join us as we talk about the film’s original ending, Wes Craven’s script, and how incredible Louise Fletcher is as the grandmother. We hope you enjoy it, JOHN!
Director Jeffrey Bloom
Writers Virginia C. Andrews, Jeffrey Bloom
Stars Louise Fletcher, Kristy Swanson, Victoria Tennant