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Everybody's Fine (3-Nov-2009)

Director: Kirk Jones

Writer: Kirk Jones

Music by: Dario Marianelli

Producers: Gianni Nunnari; Ted Field; Vittorio Cecchi Gori; Glynis Murray

Keywords: Drama, Christmas, Road Trip

An ailing widower sets out on a journey to reunite and reconnect with each of his adult children.

ABSTRACT
Remake of Everybody's Fine (1990). Frank Goode is an aging ex-factory worker from upstate New York, recently widowed and estranged from his children. His kids, fully grown with lives and careers of their own, tell Frank that they will not be visiting for the holidays like they traditionally do; going against his doctor's advice, Frank heads out to meet his offspring in their respective cities, strapping himself in for an emotional series of reunions when their lives fail to match up with his idealistic preconceived notions.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Drew Barrymore
Actor
22-Feb-1975   E.T., The Wedding Singer
Kate Beckinsale
Actor
26-Jul-1973   Pearl Harbor
Scott Cohen
Actor
19-Dec-1961   The 10th Kingdom
Robert De Niro
Actor
17-Aug-1943   The Godfather: Part II
James Frain
Actor
14-Mar-1968   Sunshine
Kene Holliday
Actor
25-Jun-1949   Tyler Hudson on Matlock
Melissa Leo
Actor
14-Sep-1960   Sgt. Kay Howard on Homicide
Katherine Moennig
Actor
29-Dec-1977   The L Word
Sam Rockwell
Actor
5-Nov-1968   Lawn Dogs
Ben Schwartz
Actor
15-Sep-1981   Rejected Jokes

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