David is an in-home nurse who works with terminally ill patients. Efficient and dedicated to his profession, David develops strong, even intimate, relationships with each person he cares for. But
outside of his work, David is ineffectual, awkward, and reserved — effects of his chronic depression — and he needs each patient as much as they need him. Having long carried a burden of guilt and
remorse, David must face his past in order to heal.
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|All Time Domestic Box Office (Rank 13701-13800)
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||September 23rd, 2016 (Limited) by Monument Releasing|
||February 19th, 2016 (Wide) (United Kingdom)
April 8th, 2016 (Wide) (Mexico)
August 4th, 2016 (Limited) (Netherlands)
||February 28th, 2017 by Lionsgate Home Entertainment|
||R for some nudity and language.|
(Rating bulletin 2437 (Cert #50603), 8/10/2016)
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||Nurse, Terminal Illness, The Past Catching up with You, Depression|
|Production Method:||Live Action|
|Creative Type:||Contemporary Fiction|
||Lucia Films, Videocine, Vamonos Films, Stromboli Films, Wild Bunch|
November 23rd, 2016
The Independent Spirit Awards nominations were announced last night and thus the 2016 Awards Season begins. There were a few surprises and some snubs to discuss, but for the most part, there’s not a lot nominations that broke the established narrative. It’s because there isn’t really an established narrative. This means films that earn nominations here have a much better chance of doing well going forward and Moonlight looks like it could rise up as a result.
September 28th, 2016
Like last week, no films joined the $10,000 club this past weekend. Two came close though. Firstly, The Best Democracy Money Can Buy earned $9,511 in its lone theater. That’s excellent for a documentary and hopefully this start will help it be seen by more. The number one overall film, The Magnificent Seven, was close behind with an average of $9,446.
September 23rd, 2016
Like last week, approximately 30 films open in limited release this week. That is far too many and all but ensures most will not find an audience. Furthermore, it means I have to be a little more liberal when it comes to pruning releases that don’t have enough buzz to talk about. There are lots of films that still made the cut, including a few highlights: The Age of Shadows, Audrie & Daisy, The Dressmaker, The Lovers And The Despot, My Blind Brother, and Queen of Katwe. Some of these are playing on VOD, so they will go nowhere in theaters. Several are aiming for Oscars, including Queen of Katwe, which will expand semi-wide next week.
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