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Come Early Morning (2006)

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Release Date
• USA: Nov 17, 2006

Budget USD 6,000,000
BoxOffice: $0.1M

Official Website:
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MPAA Rating
Rated R for language and some sexual situations.

Country USA

Production Companies
Bold Films, Firm Films, Holly Wiersma Productions

Studio IDP Distribution

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• Come Early Morning (2006)

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Genre: Romance, Drama

Plot: For her directorial debut, Joey Lauren Adams (CHASING AMY) offers this humble, small-town character study of Lucy (Ashley Judd), a 30-something Arkansas woman who, though a contractor by day, hits the bars--and often the bedrooms of strange men--after dark. Though hardworking and well-liked in the community, she’s inherited the emotional unavailability of her stoic father (Scott Wilson, IN COLD BLOOD), a frustrated guitar player whose boozing and womanizing destroyed his marriage to Lucy’s mother. But when Lucy meets new-guy-in-town and all-around good catch Cal (Jeffrey Donovan), who cares enough to get to know Lucy outside of the bar and the bedroom, she discovers that after nearly 20 years, a habit can be hard to break, and intimacy without alcohol can be a scary thing.

Part rural family drama, part romance, Adams’s screenplay sidesteps the typical cutesy, small-town clichés, giving us a strong female lead with real flaws and deep roots in authentic surroundings. Following several years of big-budget studio productions with what could be a continuation of her first starring role in 1993’s RUBY IN PARADISE, Judd paints Lucy with subtle touches that allow her mistakes to endear her to us rather than frustrate. Subtlety is the film’s strength: Adams’s scoring of a key seduction

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 Directed by
Joey Lauren Adams
Chasing Amy, Mallrats, Big Daddy
 Written by
Joey Lauren Adams
Chasing Amy, Mallrats, Big Daddy
Ashley Judd
Heat, Double Jeopardy, A Time to Kill
Jeffrey Donovan
Hitch, Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2, Bait
Laura Prepon
Slackers, Karla, Lightning Bug
Diane Ladd
Chinatown, Christmas Vacation, Wild at Heart
Stacy Keach
American History X, Escape from L.A., Batman: Mask of the Phantasm
Tim Blake Nelson
Minority Report, O Brother, Where Art Thou?, The Thin Red Line
Scott Wilson
Dead Man Walking, Monster, The Right Stuff
 Music By
Alan Brewer
Chaînon manquant, Le, The Secret Policeman's Private Parts, Playing for Keeps

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