The Ballad of Jack and Rose

Movie information

Selfhood begins with a walking away, and love is proved in the letting go. Rated R: Restricted (Under 17 Requires Accompanying Parent or Adult Guardian) -- Rated R for language, sexual content and some drug material.
Released on:
March 25, 2005 (limited)

Previously Announced Release Dates:
2004

Production Companies:
Blue Magic Pictures, Initial Entertainment Group
Distributors:
IFC Films

Status: Released

This film was Previously Known As:
"Rose and the Snake"

Cast:
Daniel Day-Lewis, Camilla Belle, Catherine Keener, Beau Bridges, Jason Lee, Paul Dano, Jena Malone, Susanna Thompson

Director: Rebecca Miller

Screenwriter: Rebecca Miller

Genre: Drama
About the film:
Jack lives on the site of his abandoned island commune with his 16-year-old daughter Rose. Since the breakup of the commune, Jack has sheltered Rose completely from the influences of the outside world, but now his fatal illness and Rose's emerging womanhood pose troubling questions about the days ahead.
A man who has lived a life motivated by environmentalism, Jack now rages at those who do not share his aesthetic, like developer Marty Rance, who is building a housing tract on the edge of his property.
When Jack invites his girlfriend Kathleen and her sons Rodney and Thaddius to live with them, Rose feels betrayed and the situation quickly becomes precarious. Rose acts out wildly, creating chaos.
As everything flies out of control, Jack finds himself trapped in an impossible place and is forced to take action.
Rated R for language, sexual content and some drug material.
Box Office: Opening weekend: $59,459 (4 theaters) | Domestic Total: $712,275
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