Solitary Man

Solitary Man

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Director: John Llewellyn Moxey

Cast: John Llewellyn Moxey, Nicolas Coster, Earl Holliman, Lara Parker


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This drama chronicles the destruction of a family from the viewpoint of a blue-collar husband.  See more details below


This drama chronicles the destruction of a family from the viewpoint of a blue-collar husband.

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Starz / Anchor Bay
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Audio Commentary with Writer/Director Brian Koppelman, Director David Levien and Actor Douglas McGrath; ; Solitary Man: Alone In A Crowd Featurette

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Disc #1 -- Solitary Man
1. Main Titles/Smoke and Mirrors [5:21]
2. Time For Us [4:55]
3. Alma Mater [9:25]
4. "The Usual" [10:28]
5. All Around Celebration [9:12]
6. The Cautious Type [9:43]
7. Your Move [9:41]
8. Marino's [6:18]
9. Different Approach [6:02]
10. Jimmy [6:33]
11. Good One [8:28]
12. End Credits [3:41]

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Solitary Man 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Seraphim-san More than 1 year ago
Life as we all know has so many choices that we aren't sure about, so how does one tell if they have made the right choices in their life? This movie is about the life choices that Micheal Douglas character makes after learning that he has a serious medical condition. As you watch the movie, you will see the outcomes of what can happen when you try to give up on everything that you worked for in life in exchanged for the simple pleasures of your own personal desire. And how we have to learn to accept the choices that we have made in the past, in order to find peace of mind with the current lifestyle that is laid out before us.
scovel More than 1 year ago
An interesting film. This story starts with a middle aged man finding out there is something wrong with his heart. Instead of finding out what it is and dealing with it he tanks his life. Cheats and looses his wife. Looses his business and pushes all others in his life as far from him as possible. Ben whores his way through this story until he is forced. Forced to decide between reality and this child's life that he has been living. But, which way does he go?