Rabbit Hole (2010)

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Rabbit Hole Release Date
December 17, 2010
Rabbit Hole Synopsis

The screen adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize-winning play by David Lindsay-Abaire, Rabbit Hole is about a husband and wife who fight to save their marriage after the deepest form of loss. The film is a vivid, honest, hopeful and unexpectedly funny portrait of a family searching for what remains possible in the most impossible of situations.
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Rabbit Hole Credits
Starring: Nicole Kidman, Aaron Eckhart, Sandra Oh, Dianne Weist, Jon Tenney
Directed by: John Cameron Mitchell
Produced by: Nicole Kidman, Gigi Pritzker, Per Saari, Leslie Urdang, Dean Vanech
Length: 92 min
MPAA Rating: [ PG-13 ]
Distributor: Lionsgate
Release Date:  December 17, 2010
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Audio Blog: Why You Should See Rabbit Hole This Weekend Audio Blog: Why You Should See Rabbit Hole This Weekend
Our conversation just hinges on the reasons you should see the movie even if you don't think you're in the mood for a downer drama (for one, it's not really a downer drama at all)
by Katey Rich December 17, 2010 discussion comments
Interview: David Lindsay-Abaire On Adapting His Play Rabbit Hole Interview: David Lindsay-Abaire On Adapting His Play Rabbit Hole
David Lindsay-Abaire's career as a playwright had been marked by absurdist comedies like Fuddy Meers until he responded to advice to write about the thing that scared him most
by Katey Rich December 14, 2010 discussion comments
New Poster For Rabbit Hole Shows The Stages Of Grief New Poster For Rabbit Hole Shows The Stages Of Grief
We post a lot of miserable and mediocre posters here on Cinema Blend, so when some movie artwork comes around that is actually good, we like to celebrate it. Enter the new poster for John Cameron Mitchell's Rabbit.
by Eric Eisenberg November 30, 2010 discussion comments
New Rabbit Hole Clip Shows The Lighter Side New Rabbit Hole Clip Shows The Lighter Side
I've been covering AFI Fest for the better part of the last week and have been given the opportunity to see some truly fantastic titles, from Nigel Cole's Made In Dagenham on Monday to David O. Russell's The Fighter
by Eric Eisenberg November 11, 2010 discussion comments
AFI Fest Review: Rabbit Hole AFI Fest Review: Rabbit Hole
This time of year, known as Oscar season Ďround movie parts, typically sees its fair share of heavy drama. We watch as characters break down, filled with pain, sadness over loss, out of depression or both. But for
by Eric Eisenberg November 8, 2010 discussion comments
Rabbit Hole Poster: Nicole Kidman Gets Lost In The Words Rabbit Hole Poster: Nicole Kidman Gets Lost In The Words
When we write about posters here we're usually just relieved when a one-sheet avoids the "floating heads on a solid color background" format, and actually recognizes that movie posters done right can be, well, art
by Katey Rich October 28, 2010 discussion comments
First Trailer For TIFF Hit Rabbit Hole First Trailer For TIFF Hit Rabbit Hole
One of the biggest hits of this year's Toronto International Film Festival was John Cameron Mitchell's Rabbit Hole, starring Nicole Kidman, Aaron Eckhart and Diane Weist. Based on the award winning play by David Lindsay-Abaire
by Eric Eisenberg October 22, 2010 discussion comments
Lionsgate Sets December 17 Release Date For Oscar Hopeful Rabbit Hole Lionsgate Sets December 17 Release Date For Oscar Hopeful Rabbit Hole
It's just a limited release, meaning likely only viewers in New York and Los Angeles will have the chance to see it, but it sandwiches Rabbit Hole between the limited release of fellow Oscar contender
by Katey Rich September 24, 2010 discussion comments
TIFF Exclusive Interview: John Cameron Mitchell Holds Back On Rabbit Hole TIFF Exclusive Interview: John Cameron Mitchell Holds Back On Rabbit Hole
Maybe the most fascinating thing about it is Mitchell himself, making a significant transition from his first two films to this restrained, tender, sometimes surprisingly funny film
by Katey Rich September 17, 2010 discussion comments
Lionsgate Picks Up Rabbit Hole At TIFF, Just In Time For The Oscar Race Lionsgate Picks Up Rabbit Hole At TIFF, Just In Time For The Oscar Race
The studio has acquired the film's North American rights with plans to release it this fall, tossing it right into the Oscar race and, if all goes well, snagging another well-deserved nomination for Kidman
by Katey Rich September 16, 2010 discussion comments
TIFF Review: Nicole Kidman And Dianne Wiest Shine In Elegant Rabbit Hole TIFF Review: Nicole Kidman And Dianne Wiest Shine In Elegant Rabbit Hole
Leading the charge is Nicole Kidman, portraying a grieving mom with the kind of restraint we're accustomed to seeing from her, but with an added acerbic bite and sarcasm that feels very new
by Katey Rich September 14, 2010 discussion comments
Dianne Wiest Gets Foot Stuck In Shortbus Rabbit Hole Dianne Wiest Gets Foot Stuck In Shortbus Rabbit Hole
John Cameron Mitchell isnít the best director working today, but he has an individualistic style reminiscent of Tim Burton or Charlie Kaufman. Not that Iím implying thereís a gothic-looking tree in the background of every shot
by Mack Rawden May 5, 2009 discussion comments
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