House of D
Stop! that bicycle was made by aliens....
An American artist living in Paris decides to tell his wife the story of his youth. So we flashback to Greenwich Village, New York, and follows the adventures of a teenage boy as he tries to deal with his depressed mother and retarded janitor friend. He also makes friends with a black woman in jail — the titular House of Detention. The main storyline revolves around a stolen bicycle.
95 minutes , No persons under 13 Drama, On the art circuit
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Anton Yelchin, Téa Leonie, David Duchovny, Robin Williams, Erykah Badu, Magali Amadei
David Duchovny Screenplay David Duchovny Music Geoff Zanelli Cinematography Michael Chapman Sound formats Dolby Digital, Sony Dynamic Digital Sound, DTS Soundtrack Not available
Made in 2004
Produced by Bob Yari Productions, Jeff Skoll Productions, Southpaw Entertainment, Tribeca Productions
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FPB Report (SA)
Language Infrequent and strong
Drug abuse None
Comments Themes in this movie are complex and mature (i.e. death, suicide, etc.)
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ScreenIt Report (USA)
Sex / Nudity Violence Blood / Gore / Gross Guns / Weapons Profanity Alcohol / Drugs Smoking Disrespectful / Bad Attitude Imitative Behaviour Frightening / Tense Scenes Jump Scenes Tense Family Scenes Music (Scary/Tense) Music (Inappropriate) Topics to talk about
Scale (Max) 20 South African Media
Cape Times Kevin Thomas 10
Mail & Guardian Shaun de Waal 12
The Star Frank Scheck 8 International Media
Box Office (USA) Tim Cogshell 8
Chicago Sunday Times Roger Ebert 8
eye Weekly (Canada) Adam Nayman 3
Rolling Stone (US) Peter Travers 10
IMDB 840 Netizens 13
Average .. 45% 9
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