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Lovely, Still (5-Sep-2008)

Director: Nik Fackler

Writer: Nik Fackler

Music Composed and Conducted by: Nathaniel Walcott; Mike Mogis

Producers: James Lawler; Jack Turner; Dana Altman; Lars Knudsen; Jay Van Hoy

Keywords: Romantic Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Elizabeth Banks
Actor
10-Feb-1974   The Baxter
Ellen Burstyn
Actor
7-Dec-1932   Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore
Leo Fitzpatrick
Actor
10-Aug-1978   Kids and Storytelling
Martin Landau
Actor
20-Jun-1931   Mission: Impossible, Space 1999
Adam Scott
Actor
3-Apr-1973   Phillip the Coffee Boy
Har Mar Superstar
Musician
6-Feb-1978   You Can Feel Me

CAST

Starring
Martin Landau   ...   Robert Malone
Ellen Burstyn   ...   Mary Malone
with
Elizabeth Banks   ...   Alex Malone
Adam Scott   ...   Mike Malone
Har Mar Superstar   ...   Peter
Kali Cook   ...   Cute Girl
Christopher Wiig   ...   Co-Worker #1
M. Michele Phillips   ...   Co-Worker #2
Christine Dixon   ...   Post Woman
Mary Douglas   ...   Co-Worker #3
Scott Beehner   ...   Co-Worker #4
Todd Fink   ...   Fancy Waiter
Ross Brockley   ...   Grumpy Carriage Driver
Alex Curbeam   ...   Damien Montgomery
Michael Leach, Jr.   ...   Sled Kid #2
Nick Hernandez   ...   Sled Kid #1
Leo Fitzpatrick   ...   Pharmacist
Judith Kathryn Hart   ...   Jacky
Jules Blight   ...   Lisa
Mark Booker   ...   Harold
Mark Kresl   ...   Rufus
Zoey Newman   ...   Michelle
James Devney   ...   Buck
Melissa Jarecke   ...   Party Woman
Sean O'Connell   ...   Young Mike
Randi Shane Knox   ...   Young Alex

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