Apr 22, 2010 · Accidents Happen: Directed by Andrew Lancaster. With Geena Davis, Harrison Gilbertson, Harry Cook, Joel Tobeck. Billy, his parents, siblings and neighbors have their fair share of accidents in 1974 and 1982.
- Andrew Lancaster
- Geena Davis, Harrison Gilbertson, Harry Cook
Accidents Happen quite easily commits the menu of sins that have long dogged Australian films: bad direction, unfocused story, thin characterisation, emotional incoherence and almost no idea what ...
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Box office. $157,131. Accidents Happen is a 2009 Australian coming-of-age comedy drama film directed by Andrew Lancaster and starring Geena Davis, Harrison Gilbertson, Harry Cook (actor), Sebastian Gregory, Joel Tobeck, and Sarah Woods. Written by Brian Carbee, based on his own childhood and adolescence, the story revolves around an accident ...
The film Accidents Happen was written based on the screenwriter’s childhood. It was at first a novel, which was then adapted to a screenplay. In September of 2005, Anderson, the producer of the movie, went to New York to obtain financing for the film.
Accidents Happen. Year: 2009. Actors and Actresses: Lachlan Campbell, Karl Beattie, Joshua Denyer, Ivy Latimer, Harrison Gilbertson, Flynn Colby. Review: There are dysfunctional families... and then there are the Conways. After a family tragedy, 15-year-old Billy Conway has become the de facto glue between his bitter mom, distant brother, and ...
Apr 22, 2010 · Accidents Happen movie reviews & Metacritic score: Gloria Conway is the sharp-tongued mom in this darkly comic story of a family strangely cursed with a streak of bad luck. But as life takes unexpected detours,...
Apr 28, 2009 · Accidents Happen — Film Review. Adolescent angst is the focus of "Accidents Happen," a turgid melodrama based loosely on Brian Carbee's autobiographical book and one-man theater piece.
Geena Davis' new film - more info www.accidentshappenthemovie.com
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60s British Popcorn Oldies - writing by Norrie Paramor & Bob Barratt song from U.K movie " Live It Up! " (U.S release title was "Sing and Swing" (1963)The mo...
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