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This Is Where I Leave You (7-Sep-2014)

Director: Shawn Levy

Writer: Jonathan Tropper

From novel by: Jonathan Tropper

Keywords: Comedy

Four dysfunctional adult siblings are forced to live with their mother for a week after their father passes away.

ABSTRACT
Four adult siblings, each dysfunctional in their own special way for a variety of reasons, must live with their stereotypically Jewish mother and a cast of characters they'd rather not run into for a week after their father unexpectedly passes away. This Is Where I Leave You follows the off-kilter siblings as they come to terms with an ignominious past and try their hardest to muscle through an uncomfortable family situation.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jason Bateman
Actor
14-Jan-1969   Arrested Development
Connie Britton
Actor
6-Mar-1968   Nikki Faber on Spin City
Rose Byrne
Actor
24-Jul-1979   The Goddess of 1967
Adam Driver
Actor
19-Nov-1983   Kylo Ren in The Force Awakens
Tina Fey
Actor
18-May-1970   Liz Lemon on 30 Rock
Jane Fonda
Actor
21-Dec-1937   Barbarella
Kathryn Hahn
Actor
23-Jul-1974   Lily Lebowski on Crossing Jordan
Debra Monk
Actor
27-Feb-1949   Pump Boys and Dinettes
Timothy Olyphant
Actor
20-May-1968   Sheriff Bullock on Deadwood
Ben Schwartz
Actor
15-Sep-1981   Rejected Jokes
Dax Shepard
Actor
2-Jan-1975   Crosby Braverman on Parenthood
Abigail Spencer
Actor
4-Aug-1981   Cowboys & Aliens
Corey Stoll
Actor
14-Mar-1976   Peter Russo on House of Cards

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