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Year: 2005
USA: Paramount Pictures
Cast: Orlando Bloom, Kirsten Dunst, Susan Sarandon, Alec Baldwin, Bruce McGill, Judy Greer, Jessica Biel, Paul Schneider, Loudon Wainwright, Gailard Sartain, Jed Rees, Paula Deen, Dan Biggers, Alice Marie Crowe, Tim Devitt, Ted Manson, Maxwell Steen, Reid Steen, Shane E. Lyons, Emily Rutherfurd, Michael Naughton, Griffin Grabow, Nina Jefferies, Emily Goldwyn, Kristin Lindquist, Allison Munn, Tom Humbarger, Patty Griffin, Gregory North, Steve Seagren, Guy Stevenson, Jeffrey De Serrano, Jeanette O'Connor, Catherine McGoohan, Sean Nepita, Dena Decola, David Brandt, Jenny Stewart, Delaney Keefe, Travis Howard, Bobby Daniels, Rod Burke, Nate Mooney, Judy Trice, Jim Fitzpatrick, Jim James, Two-Tone Tommy, Patrick Hallahan, Charlie 'Bill' Crowe, Carl Broemel, Scott Sener, John Sullivan, Sonny King, Erwin Russell Marlowe, Michael Hatch, Masam Holden, Kelly Pendygraft, Jennifer Woods, Alana Ball, Russell George, Jonathan K. Dowd, Matt Rabinowitz, Billy Tencza, Hailey Knight, Nicky Roos, Zane Rice, Kassie Bay Pinegar, Donald J. Lee Jr, Shana Passman, Sonia Valle, Daya Fernandez, Coleman Horn, Michael Jaroscak, Nigel Miguel
Director: Cameron Crowe
Country: USA
USA & UK: 123 mins
USA Rated: PG-13 for language and some sexual references
UK Certificate: 12A contains strong language
USA Release Date: 14 October 2005
UK Release Date: 4 November 2005

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A uniquely crafted comedy set in the key of life, ELIZABETHTOWN is the story of an unexpected romance that develops against the backdrop of a hilariously elaborate memorial. A life-affirming, comic fable that takes on matters of life and death in a surprising and heartfelt way, ELIZABETHTOWN is the journey of a young man turned in an unexpected direction and the woman who helps him brighten his outlook on the world around him.

Crowe, who won an Academy AwardŽ in 2000 for his original screenplay for ALMOST FAMOUS, again draws on his own experiences - the emotions he felt at his father's unexpected passing - to inspire a motion picture. ELIZABETHTOWN is about a quiet Oregon shoe designer who gets to know his father and his own family roots only after his dad's death. He is aided in his journey by an unstoppably optimistic woman, and a host of family members, who combine in unique ways to teach him what's it's like to be truly alive.

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