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EVERYTHING PUT TOGETHER
USA: American Cinematheque/Telegraph
UK: ICA Projects
Cast: Radha Mitchell, Megan Mullally, Justin Louis, Catherine Lloyd Burns, Alan Ruck, Michele Hicks, Matt Malloy, Jacqueline Heinze, Courtney Watkins, Mark Boone Junior, Blake Rossi, Stephanie Schneider, Vince Vieluf, John P Hunter, Kevin Ratliffe, Arly Jover, Pamela Gordon, Octavia Spencer, Jennie Vaughn, Jonathan Slavin, Thomas Prisco, Martha Mendoza, Tom McCleister, Garvin Funches, Pam Monroe, Henry King, Scott Vance, Oliver King, Dakota Leopardi, Amy Carlson, Rob Swanson, Roland LaGarde, Shelly Desai, Paul Hayes, Judy Geeson
Director: Marc Forster
USA: 87 mins
UK: 89 mins
USA: R for some language
USA Release Date: 2 November 2001 (Limited Release - Los Angeles)
UK Release Date: 14 June 2002 (Limited Release - London)
From director Marc Foster (MONSTER'S BALL) comes EVERYTHING PUT TOGETHER, a subversive psychological drama that is set amongst the baby showers and pre-natal classes of an ironically sunny, Stepford-esque suburbia. During the nesting stages of late pregnancy, Angie (Radha Mitchell) feels a private sense of creeping unease that is shockingly realised when her apparently healthy newborn son inexplicably dies after just one day. As Angie's world unravels her friends fail to support her, and the film exposes our lack of a social language with which to deal with death amidst the rituals of birth.
EVERYTHING PUT TOGETHER premiered at the 200 Sundance Film Festival and earned Forster the Movado 'Someone To Watch / Independent Spirit' Award.