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Where the Heart Is is a 1990 romantic comedy film directed by John Boorman, and starring Dabney Coleman and Uma Thurman. Stewart McBain (Dabney Coleman) is a successful self-made demolitions expert who blows up buildings for a living. In the midst of one such project, a group of protesters stops the last building on a lot from being demolished, the Dutch House. When McBain appears on TV to dismiss the protests, he is made to look foolish. Returning home, his three college-aged children - Daphne (Uma Thurman), Chloe (Suzy Amis), and Jimmy (David Hewlett) - ridicule him for even thinking to appear on camera. Partly due to the chiding, and partly feeling that they are spoiled and soft, he kicks them out of the house. Giving them each $750 he drops them off at the Dutch House to make their own lives. The house is dilapidated and on the verge of collapse. In order to finance their new lives, the three McBain children take on housemates. These include a fashion designer (Crispin Glover)...
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