• Plot Description
• Shooting Locations
• USA: Apr 15, 2005
DVD Release Date
• R1: Oct 4, 2005
House of D Website
Rated PG-13 for sexual and drug references, thematic elements and language.
1 hour, 36 minutes
Bob Yari Productions, Jeff Skoll Productions, Southpaw Entertainment, Tribeca Productions
Studio Bob Yari Productions, Ovation Entertainment, Southpaw Entertainment, Tribeca
More info on IMDb.com
|Genre: Drama, Urban, Coming Of Age, Tear Jerker, Love|
Tagline: See the world a little differently.
Plot: A comical and touching portrait of a boy’s coming of age in 1970s Greenwich Village, Lions Gate Films’ HOUSE OF D is the feature film writing and directing debut of actor David Duchovny, and stars Anton Yelchin, Téa Leoni, David Duchovny, Robin Williams, Erykah Badu and Frank Langella.
The year is 1973, and thirteen-year-old Tommy Warshaw (Anton Yelchin) is on the brink of becoming a man. While his bereaved single mother (Téa Leoni) continues to mourn the death of his father, Tommy escapes his own grief by causing trouble at school and making afternoon meat deliveries with his best friend Pappas (Robin Williams), a slow-witted janitor. Hoping to win the heart of Melissa (Zelda Williams), a precocious uptown girl, Tommy seeks advice and guidance from Lady (Erykah Badu), a prostitute incarcerated in the infamous Greenwich Village Women’s House of Detention. But just as Tommy enjoys his first taste of love, he is faced with an unexpected tragedy that will radically alter the course of his life – and compel the adult Tom Warshaw (David Duchovny), thirty years later, to revisit his unfinished past…
Vividly capturing the spirit of youth in all its giddiness and intensity, HOUSE OF D examines with humor and pathos the harrowing journey every young boy must take into adulthood.
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