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Everything Must Go (10-Sep-2010)

Director: Dan Rush

Writer: Dan Rush

From short story: Why Don't You Dance by Raymond Carver

Keywords: Drama, Comedy, Alcoholism

A relapsed alcoholic's attempts to salvage his life in the form of a massive yard sale lead to a shot at new beginnings when a new neighbor enters his life.

ABSTRACT
Alcoholic salesman Nick Halsey is terminated from his position of sixteen years following an incident pertaining to his addiction. Disaffected and depressed from his wife's subsequent announcement of her intent to divorce him and bereft of a steady source of income, Nick arranges a deal with the police and his Alcoholics Anonymous sponsor to hold a yard sale on his front lawn with the understanding that he will have to vacate the premises in five days' time, leading to an unexpected shot at a return to form when he strikes up a strange connection with new neighbor Samantha.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Laura Dern
Actor
10-Feb-1967   Blue Velvet
Will Ferrell
Comic
16-Jul-1967   Saturday Night Live
Rebecca Hall
Actor
3-May-1982   Vicky Cristina Barcelona
Glenn Howerton
Actor
13-Apr-1976   Dennis Reynolds on It's Always Sunny
Michael Peña
Actor
13-Jan-1976   Crash
Stephen Root
Actor
17-Nov-1951   Jimmy James on News Radio
Shannon Whirry
Actor
7-Nov-1964   Softcore star

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