A Home At The End of the World
A Home at the End of the WorldA Home at the End of the World

A Home at the End of the World

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ActorsColin Farrell, Dallas Roberts, Robin Wright

DirectorMichael Mayer

From Gay Essential

A Home at the End of the World was released in 2004. Written by Pulitzer-Prize winning author Michael Cunningham and adapted by him from his novel for the film, it was directed by Michael Mayer. Shot in New York, Arizona and Canada the film starred Colin Farrell, Dallas Roberts and Robin Wright. The film won an award for excellence in filmmaking at National Board of Review USA 2004. Read More Here

“How many movies these days leave you wanting more? The funny and heartfelt Home is a small treasure.”
   Peter Travers, Rolling Stone

Features:

  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Whv
  • DVD Release Date: 8 Aug 2005
  • Run Time: 93 minutes

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Reviews

  1. :

    This is a beautiful film of great sensibility. I read the novel of the same title, even better in someways than the film itselfI do keep wishing, however, that the famous scene in this movie in which one sees Colin Farrell’s full-frontal nudity, would be restored without censoring out Farrell’s naked body, with his stunningly, eye-catchingly large genitals. I guess that we have to await a Director’s Cut for that to be reinstated!

  2. :

    Never have I seen such a light-hearted, sweet and believable drama portraying the love between so many characters. This film is a great piece of cinema. It begins with the friendship between a young boy, Bobby, and his older brother, who dies in a freak accident. The rest of the film concerns Bobby’s relationships – with his teenage soul mate and a young woman called Claire – and his coming to terms with the loss of his entire family at a young age. The film is full of interesting concepts, such as that of hormonal teenage boys and the idea of creating a family where there are three parents. The main character, Bobby, is played superbly by three actors – as a young boy, a teenager, and a confused young man (Colin Farrell). As always, Farrell’s presence is mesmerising – as a charming yet confused personality, he steals the movie, yet every other actor is brilliant. If you are looking for a heart-warming, emotional film concerning the complications of love and friendship, then it would be wise to watch this film, a largely underrated piece of modern cinema.

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