The Music Never Stopped
Twenty years ago, a strict dad forbade his son from going to a Grateful Dead concert. So the son ran away from home. Now he's back, but suffering from brain damage in which he can remember the distant past but not the recent past. Dad is determined to help him recover, and the only thing that seems to work is playing the music from back then that the son loved, but dad hated.
105 minutes, Parental Guidance (Language)
Drama, On the art circuit
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J.K. Simmons, Cara Seymour, Lou Taylor Pucci, Scott Adsit, James Urbaniak, Max Antisell
|Screenplay||Gwyn Lurie, Gary Marks, from the essay by Oliver Sacks|
|Sound formats||Dolby Digital|
|Produced by||Essential Pictures, Mr. Tamborine Man|
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|FPB Report (SA)|
|Language||Mild, very infrequent, contextualised|
|Violence||Some mild, domestic, psychological violence|
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|South African Media|
|Cape Argus/The StarTina George ||10|
|Movie Review Query Engine (USA)MRQE critics ||13|
|Movie Review Intelligence (USA)22 critics||11|
|IMDB1143 Netizens ||15|
|Average .. 62%||12|
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