Hopeless romantic Gertrud inhabits a turn-of-the-century milieu of artists and musicians, where she pursues an idealized notion of love that will always elude her. She abandons her distinguished husband and embraces an affair with a young concert pianist, who falls short of her desire for lasting affection. When an old lover returns to her life, fresh disappointments follow, and Gertrud must try to come to terms with reality.
A fairy is invited for lunch by Gertrude Stein, and suddenly the world changes.
When young Gertrude suddenly believes that she is an angel, she sets forth on a journey to earn her halo. Her journey forces her to face the hard truth about the world around her, as well as the people she trusts the most.
Biopic about a woman who played a courageous role in the resistance against French occupation of Mexico in the early 1800s.
We arrive just after the death of Gertrude Stein. Her ghost returns to Alice B. Toklas and the genesis and development of their relationship is richly portrayed.
This movie has everything to made you watch it, it's a cult horror movie, it's a rare horror movie, it's a 80's horror movie and DAAAH it's a horror movie.
A reconstruction of the "concept film," which Gertrude Stein ("a rose is a rose is a rose") suggested to Charlie Chaplin in the 1920s. (E.S.jr.)
The Gertrude Berg Show is an American sitcom that aired on CBS from October 4, 1961 to April 5, 1962. The series centers on Sarah Green, played by Gertrude Berg, a 62-year-old widow who enrolls to college.