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Junebug (2005)

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Release Date
 USA: Aug 5, 2005
BoxOffice: $2.4M

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MPAA Rating
Rated R for sexual content and language.

Running Time
1 hour, 47 minutes

Country USA

Production Companies
Epoch Films

Studio Sony Pictures Classics

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Genre: Drama, Comedy

Plot: Giving an art-film aesthetic to a touching family drama, director Phil Morrison and screenwriter Angus MacLachlan present their first feature, which was shot in their hometown of Winston-Salem, North Carolina. The film is set in nearby Pfafftown and Pilot Mountain, and location is itself a character in the film as long sequences of soundless photography show rows of houses, or rooms in a house, or stretches of farmland--capturing the essence of this area of the South.

Successful, cosmopolitan, and adorable Chicago couple Madeleine (Embeth Davidtz) and George (Alessandro Nivola) meet at a fancy art auction where she is working as a dealer, and they are married six months later. Madeleine is recruiting an outsider artist, and she travels to rural North Carolina to meet him. George accompanies her, as he is originally from Pfafftown, and though it has been three years since he visited home, Madeleine insists on meeting his family. When she does, she finds herself in a world totally different from her own, and sees a new side of her husband. His mother Peg (Celia Weston) and father Eugene (Scott Wilson) are quiet homebodies who aren't sure what to make of Madeleine's sophisticated career and lilting British accent. George's deadbeat brother Johnny (Ben McKenzie) never finished high

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 Directed by
Phil Morrison
Superchunk: Crowding Up Your Visual Field
 Written by
Angus MacLachlan
Reuben, Reuben
 Cast
Embeth Davidtz
Schindler's List, Bridget Jones's Diary, Army of Darkness
Alessandro Nivola
Face/Off, Jurassic Park III, The Clearing
Celia Weston
The Village, The Talented Mr. Ripley, Hulk
Amy Adams
Catch Me If You Can, Drop Dead Gorgeous, The Wedding Date
Jerry Minor
Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy, Beer League, Melvin Goes to Dinner
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 Music By
Yo La Tengo
Shortbus, I Shot Andy Warhol, Simple Men



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