David's 29th birthday also happens to be the day of his father's funeral. When David discovers that he shares that birthday with a Hollywood star, it begins to feel like his life is a series of missed opportunities. But that self-obsession threatens to destroy his relationships with his unemotional mother and disabled teenage sister when they need him the most. Written by
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The film is dedicated to Robert Knox and Nick Wood. Robert Knox was a young actor that director James Keaton worked with briefly on After You've Gone who was stabbed to death in May 2008. Nick Wood was the landlord of the pub The Whitesmith's Arms where the exterior pub scenes were shot, he died of cancer before the film was completed in 2010. See more
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