- Original title
- Running time
- 114 min.
- United States
Xavier Pérez Grobet
Kathy Baker, Amy Brenneman, Elpidia Carrillo, Glenn Close, Stephen Dillane, Dakota Fanning, William Fichtner, Lisa Gay Hamilton, Holly Hunter, Jason Isaacs, Joe Mantegna, Ian McShane, Molly Parker, Mary Kay Place, Sydney Tamiia Poitier, Aidan Quinn, Miguel Sandoval, Amanda Seyfried, Sissy Spacek, Robin Wright, Chelsea Rendon, Andy Umberger, Daniel Edward Mora, K. Callan, Pat Musick, Andrew Borba, Rebecca Tilney, Lawrence Pressman
Magnolia Pictures, Mockingbird Pictures
Drama | Anthology Film. Ensemble Film
- Synopsis / Plot
- NINE LIVES is a moving exploration of the individual experiences of nine women as told through nine single unbroken takes. As characters from one story reappear in supporting roles in others, Rodrigo Garcia interweaves a grand tapestry of universal resonance that hinges on performances from an incredible ensemble. By depicting nine different characters at emotional crossroads, NINE LIVES examines how we so often find ourselves captive in relationships, both past and present.
Sandra (Elpidia Carrillo), is literally in prison and wants desperately to connect with her visiting child.
Diana (Robin Wright Penn) confronts the sudden flash of a past relationship (Jason Isaacs) long after she has moved on to a new life.
Holly (Lisa Gay Hamilton) can’t seem to move forward until her stepfather acknowledges the pain he has caused her.
Sonia (Holly Hunter) reels from her boyfriend’s disclosure of an intimate secret to their closest friends.
Teenager Samantha (Amanda Seyfreid) is caught in a static loop as the peacemaker between her parents.
Lorna (Amy Brenneman) attempts to comfort her ex-husband (William Fichtner) after his wife’s suicide and finds herself implicated in the tragic death.
Ruth (Sissy Spacek) considers straying from married life during a motel rendezvous.
Camille (Kathy Baker) faces the limitations of her previously dependable body.
Maggie (Glenn Close) allows her own life to be eclipsed by that of her young daughter, Maria (Dakota Fanning).
Master filmmaker Rodrigo Garcia (Things You Can Tell Just By Looking at Her) plumbs the depths with these nine everyday women who meet the travails and disappointments of life with a resilience that is at once heartening and heartbreaking.
: Independent Spirit Awards: 3 Nominations: Director, Screenplay, Supp. Actress (Wright)
: National Board of Review (NBR): Special Recognition Award
: Satellite Awards: 2 Nominations: Best Screenplay and actress (Robin Wright)
: Locarno Film Festival: Best Movie, Female Cast, Youth Jury Award & Special Mention
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