Nine Lives

A scorching ensemble comes together for Rodrigo Garcia's impressive episodic drama, featuring the lives of nine women. Each ten minute glimpse into one woman's existence is shot in real time with a single steadicam shot; a bold stylistic choice that takes nothing away from the stories and pitch perfect performances. Glenn Close, Sissy Spacek, Holly Hunter, Robin Wright Penn, Kathy Baker, Mary Kay Place, Dakota Fanning, Ian McShane, Joe Mantegna and Aidan Quinn are among the stellar cast who were keen to work with the innovative Colombian director.

Year: 2005
Genre: Art House Cinema, Drama, Feminist Tendencies, Drama
Country: USA
Director: Rodrigo Garcia
Starring: LisaGay Hamilton, Glenn Close, Dakota Fanning, Sissy Spacek, Robin Wright, Aidan Quinn, Kathy Baker, Holly Hunter, Amanda Seyfried, Amy Brenneman, Ian McShane, Stephen Dillane, William Fichtner, Mary Kay Place, Molly Parker, Jason Isaacs, Joe Mantegna, Sydney Tamiia Poitier, Elpidia Carrillo, Miguel Sandoval
Duration: 115 Minutes
Rating: R13 - Contains violence, offensive language and sex scenes.
Location in store: Drama



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