Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far on Foot

After nearly dying in a car accident, the last thing Oregon slacker John Callahan intends to do is give up alcohol. Encouraged by his girlfriend and a charismatic sponsor, Callahan reluctantly enters a treatment program and discovers that he has a knack for drawing. The budding artist soon finds himself with a new lease on life when his edgy and irreverent newspaper cartoons gain a national and devoted following.

Year: 2018
Genre: Drama, Comedy, Drama, True Stories, Biography
Country: France, USA
Director: Gus Van Sant
Starring: Joaquin Phoenix, Udo Kier, Jack Black, Mark Webber, Jonah Hill, Kim Gordon, Rooney Mara
Duration: 114 Minutes
Rating: M - Sex scenes, offensive language & nudity.
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