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Labor Day (30-Aug-2013)

Director: Jason Reitman

Writer: Jason Reitman

From novel by: Joyce Maynard

Keywords: Drama

A disaffected single mother draws her existence and that of her only son's into an unwanted predicament after offering a hitchhiker a ride one fateful day.

ABSTRACT
Adele, a depressed single mother to thirteen-year old son Henry, goes against her better judgement to pick up a handsome yet wounded man by the name of Frank Chambers off the side of the road during 1987's Labor Day weekend. Falling for the man almost immediately after first coming into contact with him and believing him to be a potential escape from her lingering loneliness, Adele's worst fears are ultimately realized when the truth about Henry's background comes to light, placing her in an uncomfortable situation as she must work to cope with the reality of his status as a wanted convict and the ensuing hunt for his whereabouts at the hands of local authorities.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Josh Brolin
Actor
12-Feb-1968   No Country for Old Men
Clark Gregg
Actor
2-Apr-1962   The New Adventures of Old Christine
Tobey Maguire
Actor
27-Jun-1975   Spider-Man
Dylan Minnette
Actor
29-Dec-1996   Clay Norman on Saving Grace
Brooke Smith
Actor
22-May-1967   Grey's Anatomy
James Van Der Beek
Actor
8-Mar-1977   Dawson Leery on Dawson's Creek
Kate Winslet
Actor
5-Oct-1975   Titanic

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