Another Happy Day

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By on November 17, 2011

Category: Drama
All Genres: Drama
Release Year: 2011
Country: USA
Runtime: 119
Rating: 5.2 (172)
Languages: English
Director: Sam Levinson
Sound: Dolby

  • He's about to have a moment of truth.

  • Writing by: Sam Levinson – (written by)

    Produced by: Ellen Barkin – producer
    Gordon Bijelonic – co-producer
    Richard Botto – associate producer
    Bill Brady – executive producer
    William T. Conway – executive producer
    Tom Costa – executive producer
    Cynthia Coury – executive producer
    Peter Crane – executive producer
    Christo Dimassis – co-producer
    Pamela Lynn Fielder – producer
    Caroline Kaplan – executive producer
    Anne Keeble – supervising producer
    Elana Krausz – executive producer
    Todd J. Labarowski – co-producer
    Jonathan Lieberman – executive producer
    Johnny Lin – producer
    Lauren Maddox – co-producer
    Damon Martin – co-producer
    Sean McEwen – executive producer
    George McFarland – co-producer
    Michael Nardelli – producer
    Salli Newman – producer
    Anne O'Shea – co-producer
    Peter Pastorelli – line producer
    Celine Rattray – producer
    Wellington S. Tichenor – associate producer
    Cindy Tolan – co-producer
    Todd Traina – producer
    Datari Turner – co-producer

    Cast: Ellen Barkin – Lynn
    Ezra Miller – Elliot
    Ellen Burstyn – Doris
    Demi Moore – Patty
    Thomas Haden Church – Paul
    Kate Bosworth – Alice
    George Kennedy – Joe
    Jeffrey DeMunn – Lee
    Daniel Yelsky – Ben
    Siobhan Fallon – Bonnie (as Siobhan Fallon Hogan)
    Diana Scarwid – Donna

    Music: Olafur Arnalds
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    Plot Outline:

    A wedding at her parents' Annapolis estate hurls high-strung Lynn into the center of touchy family dynamics.

    Plot: A family weekend is fraught with emotional landmines for mercurial and sensitive Lynn (Barkin) as she arrives at her parents' Annapolis estate for the marriage of her estranged eldest son Dylan (Michael Nardelli), accompanied by her three younger children (Ezra Miller, Kate Bosworth, Daniel Yelsky). Lynn's hopes for a joyful reunion are crushed as her wry but troubled middle son Elliot (Ezra Miller) lobs verbal grenades at his mother and her relatives while daughter Alice (Kate Bosworth), a fights valiantly to keep her longtime demons under control. The weekend quickly unravels as Lynn demands to be heard by her aloof, disdainful mother (Ellen Burstyn), ailing, distant father (George Kennedy) and ever-judgmental sisters (Siobhan Fallon, Diana Scarwid), but most especially by her ex-husband Paul (Thomas Hayden Church) and his hot-tempered second wife Patty (Demi Moore). Confronted with the deeply painful, half-buried truths that have given rise to the family's primal web ofresentments and recriminations, Lynn struggles to maintain her equilibrium as her best attempts at reconciliation veer quickly off-course.

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