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Don't Come Knocking (2005)

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Release Date
 USA: Mar 17, 2006

Budget USD 11,000,000
BoxOffice: $0.3M

Official Website:
Don't Come Knocking Website

MPAA Rating
Rated R for language and brief nudity.

Running Time
2 hours, 2 minutes

Country France, Germany, USA

Production Companies
EuroArts Medien AG, Filmförderung Hamburg, HanWay Films, Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg, Network Movie Film-und Fernsehproduktion, Recorded Picture Company (RPC), Reverse Angle International, Reverse Angle Pictures GmbH (II)[de], Road Movies Filmproduktion, a

Studio Sony Pictures Classics

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Genre: Drama

Plot: In 1984, writer Sam Shepard and director Wim Wenders teamed up for the indie hit PARIS, TEXAS, a story about family and identity, set in the American West, that won the Golden Palm at the Cannes Film Festival. More than twenty years later, they're back together again for DON'T COME KNOCKING, a highly entertaining journey that examines the similar topics, with equally inspiring results. Shepard stars as Howard Spence, a former Hollywood cowboy legend whose career has fallen apart in a blur of women, drugs, and alcohol. He disappears from the set of his latest film in Moab, Utah (directed by the great George Kennedy), bent on figuring out just who he really is, so he heads home to Elko, Nevada, to see his lonely mother (Eva Marie Saint) for the first time in thirty years. Unbeknownst to him, he is being trailed by Sutter (Tim Roth), a bondsman determined to find him and bring him back to finish the $32 million movie he started. The grizzled Spence finds out that he might have a child from a fling on an old film set, so he takes off for Butte, Montana, where his past quickly catches up to him in the form of a small-town waitress (Shepard's real-life wife, Jessica Lange). As he tries to establish some kind of relationship with his son (Gabriel Mann), a musician with a bizarre

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 Directed by
Wim Wenders
Wings of Desire, The Million Dollar Hotel, Paris, Texas
 Written by
Sam Shepard
Simpatico, Curse of the Starving Class, True West
Sam Shepard
Black Hawk Down, Swordfish, The Notebook
Jessica Lange
Big Fish, Cape Fear, Tootsie
Tim Roth
Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs, Planet of the Apes
Gabriel Mann
The Bourne Identity, The Bourne Supremacy, The Life of David Gale
Sarah Polley
Dawn of the Dead, Go, eXistenZ
Fairuza Balk
American History X, Almost Famous, The Waterboy
Eva Marie Saint
Superman Returns, North by Northwest, On the Waterfront
 Music By
T-Bone Burnett
O Brother, Where Art Thou?, Walk the Line, The 76th Annual Academy Awards is not the official site for this film.
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