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Rated R · 99 min. · 2010

Susan Sarandon, Pierce Brosnan, and Carey Mulligan explore the actorly mechanics of grief, but Mulligan is the only one worth paying attention to. The mourning parents (Sarandon, Brosnan) of a teenager killed in a car crash (Aaron Johnson) are shocked when the late son’s girlfriend (Mulligan) appears on their doorstep to announce that she’s pregnant with his baby. Thrown aside carelessly are a couple of more interesting subplots: the interaction of the younger brother (Johnny Simmons) with a girl in his grief counseling class (Zoë Kravitz); and Sarandon’s needy pumping of the driver who killed her son, a hood played by the dependably menacing Michael Shannon. Writer-director Shana Feste has a way with the players, but her screenplay needs massaging (99 min.).
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Director: Shana Feste
Writer: Shana Feste
Cast: Pierce Brosnan, Susan Sarandon, Aaron Johnson, Johnny Simmons, Carey Mulligan, Lindsay Beamish, Miles Robbins, Cheryl Cosenza, Anthony Del Negro and Hannah Hodson


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