Lace (1984)


Directed by: William Hale

Stars: Phoebe Cates, Bess Armstrong, Brooke Adams, Arielle Dombasle

Language: English

Country: Usa | Imdb Info | Ar: 4:3 | Dvdrip

Description: A young actress, thought to be easy and have no morals, gathers three former school chums to find out which is her mother. Much of the movie takes place in flashback and the identity of her mother is not found out till the last few minutes.

Episode 1 Preview

1.66GB | 141:20mins | 714×476 | mkv | English

Episode 2  Preview

1.39GB | 94:38mins | 714×476 | mkv | English

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9 Responses to Lace (1984)

  1. From Chicago says:

    Hahaha…I never seen this but I remember the promo ads for it when first was on TV!

  2. stormy says:

    Lace II please

  3. Jair Mello says:

    I do not believe!!

    I was going to send a suggestion to you by email to post this miniseries, “Lace” and today I joined here and it is already posted.
    It seems thought transmission.
    Thank you, Rarelust!!

  4. Ali says:

    Epic movie, can’t believe THIS turned up here!

  5. James says:

    The book was real raunch,almost porn. Is there any nudity in this TV version?

    • Anthony says:

      By the standards of this site, very little raunch, and no nudity.
      (Based on a book? To think trees were killed in order to print this! :-) )

  6. carlo says:

    Thank u so much for this Rarelust.

  7. Anthony says:

    This is a very cheesy drama, and it “features” some of Phoebe Cates’ worst acting, but who can forget the immortal line near the end of the movie?

    • Anthony says:

      Almost all of the movie is flashbacks, so my previous comment was slightly misleading: The unforgettable line appears at the end of the first part, with the scene starting at approximately 2:15:50.

      Warning: If you love Phoebe Cates, avoid this movie; it won’t leave you with a good impression of her as an actress. :-) And I’m saying this as someone who thought Drop Dead Fred was OK.

      RL: By the way, if you can somehow find Phoebe’s TV movie from 1990, Largo Desolato, that would be great.

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