Corrina, Corrina [DVD] 
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Ray Liotta stars as Manny, a recently widowed man with a bubbly daughter in Los Angeles in the late 1950s. To help with the domestic side of his life, he employs vivacious housekeeper Corrina (Whoopi Goldberg), and soon finds himself drawn into a relationship with her. This brings about the wholesale disapproval of his racist neighbours, friends and family.
In Corrina, Corrina Ray Liotta plays a 1950s jingle composer whose wife dies, leaving him to raise their grieving young daughter (Tina Majorino) alone. Dad hires an African-American housekeeper (Whoopi Goldberg), who helps fill the gap in the child's life--and then Dad's life. Soon an interracial relationship crossing the social mores of the era is underway. Written and directed by Jessie Nelson (The Story of Us), the film is a spot-on recreation of 1950s suburbia without gratuitous kitsch. Liotta is perfect as a working man of the day, given to white shirts and narrow ties; Goldberg gives one of her finest performances as the level-headed Corrina; and little Majorino is heartbreakingly effective. But the film entirely bears the stamp of one person, and that's Nelson, who has a wonderfully witty eye and a sophisticated but sensitive approach to the crosscurrents of emotion at play in this story. --Tom Keogh, Amazon.com
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I never tire of watching it. So heartwarming. The cast are excellent.
A good 5 stars worth.