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August: Osage County (9-Sep-2013)

Director: John Wells

Writer: Tracy Letts

Keywords: Drama

Film adaptation of a Broadway play of the same name follows a crew of individualistic women as a family crisis brings them face-to-face with their offbeat upbringing.

ABSTRACT
Adapted from the Pulitzer Prize-winning Broadway play of the same name, August: Osage County utilizes a star-studded ensemble cast to tell the tale of Beverly and Violet Weston, a drug-addled aging couple living in the backwoods of Oklahoma whose off-kilter ways force a displaced group of individualistic women to come together in darkly comedic fashion when Beverly's disappearance and subsequent suicide leads to a funeral.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Abigail Breslin
Actor
14-Apr-1996   Little Miss Sunshine
Chris Cooper
Actor
9-Jul-1951   American Beauty
Benedict Cumberbatch
Actor
19-Jul-1976   BBC's Sherlock Holmes
Juliette Lewis
Actor
21-Jun-1973   Natural Born Killers
Margo Martindale
Actor
18-Jul-1951   Rita Perkins-Hall on A Gifted Man
Ewan McGregor
Actor
31-Mar-1971   Trainspotting
Dermot Mulroney
Actor
31-Oct-1963   Young Guns
Julianne Nicholson
Actor
1-Jul-1971   Law & Order: Criminal Intent
Julia Roberts
Actor
28-Oct-1967   Pretty Woman
Sam Shepard
Playwright
5-Nov-1943   Buried Child
Meryl Streep
Actor
22-Jun-1949   The Deer Hunter

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