WHO’S IN IT?
Julianne Moore (Boogie Nights), Alec Baldwin (The Hunt For Red October), Kristen Stewart (Twilight), Kate Bosworth (Superman Returns), Hunter Parrish (It’s Complicated), Shane McRae (The Help), Stephen Kunken (The Wolf of Wall Street), Victoria Cartagena (Gotham), Seth Gilliam (The Walking Dead), Daniel Gerroll (Chariots of Fire), Erin Darke (We Need To Talk About Kevin), Kristin Macomber (Beijing, New York), Caridad Montanez (film debut)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Richard Glatzer and Wash Westmoreland (The Last of Robin Hood), directors, writers; James Brown (film debut), Pamela Koffler (Camp) and Lex Lutzus (Age of Heroes), producers; Ilan Eshkeri (Stardust), composer; Denis Lenoir (Righteous Kill), cinematographer; Nicolas Chaudeurge (Fish Tank), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Dr. Alice Howland (Moore), a renowned linguistics professor who is happily married to John (Baldwin) with their three grown children Anna (Bosworth), Tom (McRae) and Lydia (Stewart), starts forgetting words and then other important things. When she receives a devastating diagnosis of early onset Alzheimer’s disease, she finds her bonds with her family and friends tested…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Julianne Moore delivers a heartbreakingly accurate portrayal of a life-affirming disease, in a statement that she is not only one of today’s most exciting actresses but is fully deserving of every award that comes her way (including, most recently, her long-awaited Oscar).