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Gael García Bernal (BABEL, AMORES PERROS) and Oscar®-nominee Michelle Williams (BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN) star in the English-language debut of internationally acclaimed writer/director Lukas Moodysson. Leo (Bernal) is a successful web developer. His wife Ellen (Williams) is a dedicated emergency room surgeon. Their New York City workaholic ways leave little time for their 8-year-old daughter, who is mostly cared for by their Filipino nanny (a breakthrough performance by Marife Necesito). But when a series of personal decisions triggers a chain of events on the other side of the world, will they discover the rippling effects of life s smallest choices? Thomas McCarthy (THE WIRE) co-stars in this powerful family drama about imperfect lives, fateful actions and the epic ironies that bind us all together.
Michelle Williams is the greatest actor to come out of the Dawson"s Creek series! She is an independent film Queen. I haven't been disappointed with anything she has done. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Bruce W. Imfeld
Typical european style movie. Lot of dialog less action. I prefer ours movie production.Published 8 months ago by Marus
Utterly surprised that this movie has not merited a very large exposure (be it good or bad).
When so many useless, trash films (Project X or the The Spring Breakers)... Read more
I will watch anything with Gael Garcia Bernard and teaming up with Michelle Williams just made me enjoy this film even more. Read morePublished on July 25, 2013 by Minas
This is a bittersweet movie about the complications of our modern world, and revels the way in which it isn't working at all levels.It's got a sadness to it. Read morePublished on March 11, 2013 by Amy Lemmer
I received this product very quickly! I just think that the movie wasn't that great. Other then that my experience was
I watched this twice and will watch it again in the future. The acting was very good. The story is sad. It shows how our societies/economies cause families to be broken up. Read morePublished on September 10, 2012 by Sheela