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Hanging Up (2000)

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Release Date
 USA: Feb 18, 2000
 UK: 12 May 2000
DVD Release Date
 R1: Jun 27, 2000
 R2: 27 Nov 2000

Budget $40,000,000

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Hanging Up Website

MPAA Rating
Rated PG-13 for language and some sex-related material.

Running Time
1 hour, 34 minutes

Country USA

Studio Columbia Pictures

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• Hanging Up



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Genre: Drama, Comedy, Suspense, Marriage, Love

Tagline: Every family has a few hang-ups.

Plot: Daddy's favorite daughter is over-extended in this Diane Keaton-directed comedy about loving, laughing, and learning to let go. Meg Ryan plays party-planner Eve, a streched-too-thin mother, wife, sister, and dutiful daughter. Eve's harried life has become even more complicated by her reliance on modern technology--her cell phone, fax machine, lap top, and answering machine assist in tying up her already busy life. Walter Matthau is her ailing 79-year-old father, Lou, a curmudgeonly grouch who is admitted into the hospital with memory loss. Eve tries to recruit help with her father from her two neglectful sisters: Georgia (Diane Keaton), a New York publishing tycoon who runs her own magazine, the self-titled "Georgia," and baby sister Maddy (Lisa Kudrow), a self-involved soap opera actress. Hoping to please her father, Eve also tries to reach out to her mother (Cloris Leachman) who abandoned the family years earlier. But finally Eve must learn to "hang up" on the pressures, obligations, and responsibilities of being a do-it-all woman. Real-life sisters Nora and Delia Ephron co-wrote the screenplay to HANGING UP, which was adapted from Delia Ephron's book. HANGING UP was Walter Matthau's last film before his death in 2000.

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 Directed by
Diane Keaton
Unstrung Heroes, Wildflower, Heaven
 Written by
Delia Ephron
Bewitched, The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, Mixed Nuts
 Cast
Meg Ryan
Top Gun, When Harry Met Sally..., You've Got Mail
Diane Keaton
The Godfather, The Godfather: Part II, The Godfather: Part III
Lisa Kudrow
Analyze This, The Opposite of Sex, Romy and Michele's High School Reunion
Walter Matthau
Charade, Grumpy Old Men, I.Q.
Adam Arkin
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Cloris Leachman
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Jesse James
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 Music By
David Hirschfelder
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