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The Odd Life of Timothy Green (15-Aug-2012)

Directors: Peter Hedges; Ahmet Zappa

Writer: Peter Hedges

Keywords: Fantasy

A childless couple desperate to produce offspring bury a box in their backyard, only to become party to whimsically-unexpected results.

ABSTRACT
Cindy and Jim Green, a rural North Carolina couple depressed by a doctor's news that they are unable to conceive children, write down imagined characteristics of a prototypical child of theirs on a slip of notepad paper, burying the sheet in a box in their backyard. Shortly thereafter, a thunderstorm strikes their property, leaving a boy named Timothy in place of where their box had once sat as a seemingly ideal culmination of all their desired qualities... with a sad twist.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Shohreh Aghdashloo
Actor
11-May-1952   House of Sand and Fog
Common
Rapper
13-Mar-1972   Jazz-rap performer
Jason Davis
Actor
1982   Prison Break
Rosemarie DeWitt
Actor
26-Oct-1974   Emily Lehman on Standoff
Joel Edgerton
Actor
23-Jun-1974   Owen Lars in Star Wars II and III
Jennifer Garner
Actor
17-Apr-1972   Alias
Tim Guinee
Actor
18-Nov-1962   Impostor
Ron Livingston
Actor
5-Jun-1967   Peter in Office Space
David Morse
Actor
11-Oct-1953   Mike Olshansky on Hack
James Rebhorn
Actor
1-Sep-1948   Independence Day
Lois Smith
Actor
3-Nov-1930   Five Easy Pieces
M. Emmet Walsh
Actor
22-Mar-1935   Grizzled character actor
Dianne Wiest
Actor
28-Mar-1948   Footloose

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