WHO’S IN IT?
Adam Sandler (Happy Gilmore), Dan Stevens (The Guest), Dustin Hoffman (Rain Man), Steve Buscemi (Reservoir Dogs), Melonie Diaz (Fruitvale Station), Ellen Barkin (Ocean’s Thirteen), Method Man (The Wackness), Sondra James (The Dictator),Dascha Polanco (Orange Is The New Black), Lynn Cohen (Sex and the City), Kim Cloutier (film debut), Adam B. Shapiro (The Normal Heart), Elena Kampouris (Men, Women and Children)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Thomas McCarthy (The Station Agent), director, writer; Paul Sado (The Undeserved), writer; Mary Jane Skalski (Mysterious Skin), producer; John Debney (Sin City) and Nick Urata (Paddington), composers; W. Mott Hupfel III (The Savages), cinematographer; Tom McArdle (Win Win), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Max Simkin (Sandler) is a New York cobbler that works in the same shop owned by his family for generations, but he’s grown dissatisfied with his dull life. He then comes across a mysterious heirloom which, to his surprise, grants him the ability to – quite literally – step into the shoes of his customers, and with it starts to see the world in a brand new way…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
A very different Adam Sandler film to what we’re used to – and thank God for that, too – The Cobbler sees the Marmite actor/comedian team up with the acclaimed filmmaker Thomas McCarthy to deliver a sweet and sole-ful (we’ll show ourselves out…) piece.