Regarding Henry

Regarding Henry

Director: Mike Nichols Cast: Harrison Ford, Annette Bening, Bill Nunn

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Combining elements of A Christmas Carol and Rain Man (1988), this modern-day parable of greed and redemption was crafted with generous helpings of sentimentality by director Mike Nicholas. Harrison Ford stars as Henry Turner, a slick, ruthless corporate attorney willing to spin any falsehood to win a case. A bully to his teenage daughter Rachel (Mikki Allen), Henry also cheats on his wife Sarah (Annette Bening) and treats everyone from the maid to his assistant with cruel selfishness. Stepping out to a local mini-market for a pack of cigarettes late one night, Henry accidentally interrupts a burglary and is shot in the head by a stick-up artist. After a long coma, Henry survives only to find that he has no memory and must re-learn everything from reading to tying his shoes. Reborn as a friendly, childlike innocent, Henry charms his therapist (Bill Nunn) and reconnects with his wife and daughter, only to uncover some secrets about how truly appalling he once was.

Product Details

Release Date: 09/26/2017
UPC: 0032429283351
Original Release: 1991
Rating: PG-13
Source: Paramount
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 1:47:00
Sales rank: 7,488

Special Features

Closed Caption

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Harrison Ford Henry Turner
Annette Bening Sarah Turner
Bill Nunn Bradley
Mikki Allen Rachel
Donald Moffat Charlie
Nancy Marchand Headmistress (uncredited)
Julie Follansbee Mrs. Matthews
Jimmy Gardner Lawyer
Ellen Lewis Actor
Rob Reiner Actor
Andrew Stone Charlie's Secretary
Stanley H. Swerdlow Mr. Matthews
Juliet Taylor Actor
R.M. Haley Court Clerk
Rebecca Miller Linda
Bruce Altman Bruce
Elizabeth Wilson Jessica
Aida Linares Rosella
John A. MacKay George
Mary Gilbert Julia
Peter Appel Doorman
Harsh Nayyar Store Owner
John Leguizamo Gunman
Harold House Policeman
Robin Bartlett Phyllis
Cynthia Martells ICU Nurse
James Rebhorn Dr. Sultan
Brian Smiar Dr. Marx
May Quigley Hillary
Marjorie Monaghan Julie
Emily Wachtel Gloria
Kai Soremekun Loretta
Suzann O'Neill Real Estate Broker
Glen Trotiner Elevator Man
Jeffrey Abrams Delivery Boy
Kirby Mitchell Rudy
Jack McLaughlin Taxi Driver
Louis Cantarini Hot Dog Vendor
William Severs Lawyer
Mark Irish Lawyer
Bernadette Penotti Lawyer
Alva Chinn Lawyer
Henry Stram Waiter
Kia Graves Jennifer
Susan Forristal Brenda
Benjamin Hendrickson Daniel
Ralph Byers Gerald
Joan Kindred Party Guest
Hollis Granville Butler

Technical Credits
Mike Nichols Director,Producer
Jeffrey Abrams Co-producer,Screenwriter
Susan Bode-Tyson Set Decoration/Design
Peter Bucossi Stunts
Gene S. Cantamessa Sound Mixer
Cindy Carr Set Decoration/Design
Daniel Davis Art Director
William Elliott Art Director
Robert Greenhut Executive Producer
Joseph Hartwick Production Manager
Ellen Lewis Casting
Susan MacNair Associate Producer
Amy Marshall Set Decoration/Design
Sam O'Steen Editor
Ann Roth Costumes/Costume Designer
Giuseppe Rotunno Cinematographer
Scott Rudin Producer
Juliet Taylor Casting
Tony Walton Production Designer
Hans Zimmer Score Composer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Regarding Henry
1. Courtroom Victory [6:30]
2. Lecturing Rachel [4:58]
3. Going For Cigarettes [5:13]
4. Rehabilitation [9:00]
5. Financial Woes [6:15]
6. Small Steps [3:53]
7. Returning Home [9:54]
8. Walk In The City [8:09]
9. "I Can Read!" [15:03]
10. Boarding School Blues [10:12]
11. Disastrous Dinner Party [5:50]
12. Bradley's Bad Knees [5:36]
13. Forgotten Affairs [6:52]
14. Changed Man [5:19]
15. A Whole Family [4:33]

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5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
LawrenceKim79 More than 1 year ago
Because the story is impossible but plausible, the victory it instills in virtually anyone going through hardship makes this film a must-see for every generation.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Thhis is a movie that shows how people can change if they changed their "programmed brain".
Guest More than 1 year ago
I watched this movie because Harrison Ford was in it. I loved this movie because it showed just how shallow a person can become when greed, money and status take over your life. Harrison Ford was the perfect Henry Turner. He captured his insatiable appetite to win in all areas of his life before he was shot; then turned around and excellantly portrayed a man who was able to see just what a monster he had become and he was appalled by what he saw. I cried and laughed, and wanted to hug Henry myself when he and his daughter shared their trophy scars.