WHO’S IN IT?
Brian Cox (Churchill), Rosanna Arquette (Pulp Fiction), Thora Birch (American Beauty), JJ Feild (Austenland), Tim Matheson (Animal House), Treat Williams (1941), Peter Coyote (Bitter Moon), Josh Stamberg (Saving Lincoln)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Oded Binnun (film debut) and Mihal Brezis (film debut), directors; Sarah Bellwood (film debut), Michal Lali Kagan (film debut) and Michael McGowan (Still Mine), writers; Arthur Cohn (The Chorus), producer; Haim Frank Ilfman (Ghost Stories), composer; Javier Aguirresarobe (The Others), cinematographer; Roberto Silvi (Tombstone), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Rory MacNeil (Cox) is a Scotsman who reluctantly leaves behind his beloved and isolated life on Hebridean Island and travels to San Francisco to seek medical treatment. There, he moves in with his estranged son Ian (Feild) and begins to bond with his baby grandson, as well as repair the relationship with his son..
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Brian Cox is on top form in this loose adaptation of the Spanish bestseller The Etruscan Smile, which the thespian actor brings to life in ways that will break your heart.