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Margot at the Wedding

Movie information

Rated R: Restricted (Under 17 Requires Accompanying Parent or Adult Guardian) -- Rated R for sexual content and language.
Released on:
November 16, 2007 (NY)
November 21, 2007 (Wed)  (LA)

Previously Announced Release Dates:
October 12, 2007

Production Companies:
Scott Rudin Productions
Distributors:
Paramount Vantage

Status: Released

Cast:
Nicole Kidman, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Jack Black, Zane Pais, Flora Cross, John Turturro, Ciaran Hinds, Michael Cullen, Enid Graham, Sophie Nyweide, Justin Roth

Director: Noah Baumbach

Screenwriter: Noah Baumbach
Script: Original

Genre: Drama, Comedy
About the film:
Written and directed by Noah Baumbach, MARGOT AT THE WEDDING is a follow-up to his Academy Award® nominated "The Squid and the Whale," and is a daringly funny and bracingly honest exploration of the tender, absurd and sometimes excruciating relationship between siblings and the fallout for those in their wake: children, husbands, lovers.

Margot Zeller (Nicole Kidman), a savagely bright, razor-tongued short-story writer who creates chaos wherever she goes, sets off on a surprise journey to the wedding of her estranged and free-spirited, unassuming sister Pauline (Jennifer Jason Leigh).

Margot, with her all-too-rapidly maturing son Claude (Zane Pais) in tow, arrives with the gale force of a hurricane. From the minute she meets Pauline's fiance' – the unemployed artist Malcolm (Jack Black) – Margot starts to plant seeds of doubt about the union.

As the wedding approaches, one complication crashes into the next: vengeful neighbors, a beloved tree in the backyard and Margot's own marital turmoil. The two sisters, find themselves at the precipice of an unexpected transformation ultimately revealing that even when your family is about to implode ... the one thing you can cling to for solace and comfort is your imploding family.

Baumbach in his wry, unique vision lays bare an aspect of human comedy in all its confounding sustaining essence.
Rated R for sexual content and language.
Box Office: Opening weekend: $81,035 (2 theaters) | Domestic Total: $1.96 mil.
Reviews: Fresh or Rotten? See reviews for this film at RottenTomatoes.com


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