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The Big Chill (9-Sep-1983)

Director: Lawrence Kasdan

Writers: Lawrence Kasdan; Barbara Benedek

Producer: Michael Shamberg

Keywords: Drama

Gathered following the suicide of one of their own, after Alex's funeral seven friends from college spend a weekend at a cabin in South Carolina to reevaluate their paths their lives have taken, their introspection assisted with the time-honored tools of sex, drugs, and rock-n-roll. Ensemble cast yields terrific performances. Received Oscar nominations for Best Picture, Best Supporting Actress and Best Screenplay.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Tom Berenger
Actor
31-May-1949   Platoon
Glenn Close
Actor
19-Mar-1947   Fatal Attraction
Don Galloway
Actor
27-Jul-1937 8-Jan-2009 Det. Sgt. Ed Brown on Ironside
Jeff Goldblum
Actor
22-Oct-1952   The Fly
William Hurt
Actor
20-Mar-1950   Altered States, Broadcast News
Jake Kasdan
Film Director
28-Oct-1974   Orange County
Kevin Kline
Actor
24-Oct-1947   A Fish Called Wanda
Mary Kay Place
Actor
23-Sep-1947   Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman
Meg Tilly
Actor
14-Feb-1960   Agnes of God
JoBeth Williams
Actor
6-Dec-1948   Poltergeist

CAST

Tom Berenger   ...   Sam
Glenn Close   ...   Sarah
Jeff Goldblum   ...   Michael
William Hurt   ...   Nick
Kevin Kline   ...   Harold
Mary Kay Place   ...   Meg
Meg Tilly   ...   Chloe
JoBeth Williams   ...   Karen
Co-Starring
Don Galloway   ...   Richard
James Gillis   ...   Minister
Ken Place   ...   Peter the Cop
Jon Kasdan   ...   Harold and Sarah's Son
Ira Stiltner   ...   Running Dog Driver
Jake Kasdan   ...   Autograph Seeker
Muriel Moore   ...   Alex's Mother
Meg Kasdan   ...   Airline Hostess
Patricia Gaul   ...   Annie

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