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An American Daughter (film)

An American Daughter
Directed by Sheldon Larry
Written by Wendy Wasserstein
Original channel Lifetime Television
Release date
  • 2000 (2000)

An American Daughter is a 2000 Lifetime Television film directed by Sheldon Larry. The teleplay was written by Wendy Wasserstein, based on one of her plays.

Plot

A Senator's daughter (Lahti) seems to have a lock on a nomination as the US Surgeon General, until a background check reveals she once neglected to return a jury-duty notice. Then she makes a mistake in comments about her homemaker mother that leaves her open to a media blitz and her sure-fire nomination suddenly appears shaky.

Principal cast

Awards and nominations

Golden Globe Awards


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