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"Rabbit Hole" (movie) is a vivid, hopeful, honest and unexpectedly witty portrait of a family searching for what remains possible in the most impossible of all situations.

Becca and Howie Corbett (Nicole Kidman and Aaron Eckhart) are returning to their everyday existence in the wake of a shocking, sudden loss. Just eight months ago, they were a happy suburban family with everything they wanted. Now, they are caught in a maze of memory, longing, guilt, recrimination, sarcasm and tightly controlled rage from which they cannot escape. As Becca finds pain in the familiar, Howie finds comfort.

The shifts come in abrupt, unforeseen moments. Becca hesitantly opens up to her opinionated, loving mother (Dianne Wiest) and secretly reaches out to the teenager involved in the accident that changed everything (Miles Teller); meanwhile Howie lashes out and imagines solace with another woman (Sandra Oh). Yet, as off track as they are, the couple keeps trying to find their way back to a life that still holds the potential for beauty, laughter and happiness. The resulting journey is an intimate glimpse into two people learning to re-engage with each other and a world that has been tilted off its axis.

Rabbit Hole is directed by John Cameron Mitchell ("Hedwig and the Angry Inch") from a script by acclaimed playwright David Lindsay-Abaire, adapted from his Pulitzer Prize-winning play. The cast, led by Academy Award-winner Nicole Kidman ("The Hours," "Actress in a Leading Role," "2002") and Golden Globe nominee Aaron Eckhart, includes two-time Oscar winner Dianne Wiest ("Hannah and Her Sisters," Actress in a Supporting Role, 1986; "Bullets Over Broadway," Actress in a Supporting Role, 1994), Tammy Blanchard, Miles Teller, Giancarlo Esposito, Jon Tenney and Sandra Oh.

"Rabbit Hole" is produced by Olympus Pictures, Blossom Films and OddLot Entertainment. Producers on the project are Leslie Urdang, Dean Vanech, Nicole Kidman, Per Saari and Gigi Pritzker. The executive producers are Daniel Revers, William Lischak, Linda McDonough and Brian O'Shea.


Genre: Drama
Runtime: 91 mins.
Release Date: December 17, 2010
Tagline: Love will get you through.
Distributor: Lionsgate
Production Companies:
Olympus Pictures
Blossom Films
OddLot Entertainment

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