Mr. Nobody

Mr. Nobody

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Director: Jaco van Dormael

Cast: Jaco van Dormael, Jared Leto, Diane Kruger, Sarah Polley

     
 

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A man close to death ponders the many lives he might have led in this fantasy from director and screenwriter Jaco van Dormael. Nemo Nobody (Jared Leto) is 117-years-old, ill and facing his last days as he looks back on his past and a particular crucial moment -- at the age of nine, Nemo's parents divorced,

Overview

A man close to death ponders the many lives he might have led in this fantasy from director and screenwriter Jaco van Dormael. Nemo Nobody (Jared Leto) is 117-years-old, ill and facing his last days as he looks back on his past and a particular crucial moment -- at the age of nine, Nemo's parents divorced, and as his mother (Natasha Little) and father (Rhys Ifans) stood on a train platform, he had to choose who he would go with, and whether he would live in the United States or Great Britain. Either choice would bring with it a wide variety of possibilities regarding the sort of life he would lead, and Nemo imagines nearly all of them, including two different wives -- sweet but emotionally blank Jeanne (Linh-Dan Pham) and lovely but troubled Elise (Sarah Polley) -- and another woman, Anna (Diane Kruger), who he loves but can not marry. But as Nemo considers the many different paths his life could have taken, his memory begins to fail him, and he finds it increasingly difficult to be certain which was his real life and which is a product of his imagination. Mr. Nobody also stars Thomas Byrne as nine-year-old Nemo and Toby Regbo as Nemo in his teenage years.

Product Details

Release Date:
02/25/2014
UPC:
0876964006361
Original Release:
2009
Rating:
R
Source:
Magnolia
Region Code:
1
Time:
2:35:00
Sales rank:
26,929

Special Features

The Making of Mr. Nobody; Deleted Scenes; AXS TV: A Look at Mr. Nobody; Trailer

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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jared Leto Nemo
Diane Kruger Anna
Sarah Polley Elise
Linh-Dan Pham Jeanne
Natasha Little Nemo's Mother
Rhys Ifans Nemo's Father
Toby Regbo 15-Year-Old Nemo
Juno Temple 15-Year-Old Anna
Thomas Byrne 9-Year-Old Nemo
Audrey Giacomini 15-Year-Old Jeanne
Laura Brumagne 9-Year-Old Anna
Alan Corduner Dr. Feldheim
Daniel Mays Young Journalist
Michael Riley Harry
Harold Manning TV Host
Emily Tilson Eve
Roline Skehan Joyce
Anders Morris Noah
Pascal Duquenne Henry
Noa DeConstanzo 5-Year-Old Nemo
Chiara Caselli Clara

Technical Credits
Jaco van Dormael Director,Co-producer,Screenwriter
Renaud Alcalde Asst. Director
Jean-Yves Asselin Executive Producer
Christophe Beaucarne Cinematographer
Joanna Colbert Casting
Manu De Boissieu Sound/Sound Designer
Frederic Demolder Sound/Sound Designer
Chantal Thomine Desmazures Cinematographer
Nathalie Gastaldo Executive Producer
Mark Gill Executive Producer
Philippe Godeau Producer
Ulla Gothe Costumes/Costume Designer
Alfred Hurmer Co-producer
Christian Larouche Co-producer
Daniel Marquet Executive Producer
Marco Mehlitz Co-producer
Sylvie Olive Production Designer,Set Decoration/Design
Susan Shipton Editor
Lou Solakofski Sound/Sound Designer
Jane Tattersall Sound/Sound Designer
Kaatje Van Damme Makeup
Pierre van Dormael Score Composer
Matyas Veress Editor
Toby Wale Casting
Dominique Warnier Sound/Sound Designer
Fiona Weir Casting

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Mr. Nobody
1. What Did I Do To Deserve This? [12:17]
2. Let's Try Something New [11:46]
3. That's Why It's Hard To Choose [12:19]
4. Remember [13:57]
5. Who's That? [11:37]
6. Remember, Remember [9:47]
7. Daddy [10:51]
8. Hibernation [10:20]
9. Do You Love Me? [9:28]
10. Turn Around [2:47]
11. Mr. Jones [7:34]
12. Let's Begin Again [4:38]
13. One Last Close Look [8:50]
14. Contradictory [13:14]
15. Time [7:11]
16. End Credits [2:35]
17. Chapter 17 [6:26]

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Mr. Nobody 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Lord_Bojangles More than 1 year ago
This movie made me question my life.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is my favorite movie of all time. It is a deep movie that really makes you think about the consequences of our choices and if our concept of time is accurate.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago