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Stanley's Gig (2000)

Not Rated | | Drama, Music | 19 June 2000 (USA)
An emotionally dysfunctional ukulele minstrel lands a gig at a nursing home where he strikes up an unlikely relationship with an ancient jazz chanteuse and awakens from a lifetime of loneliness and inconsequence.

Director:

Marc Lazard
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Cast

Credited cast:
William Sanderson ... Stanley Myer
Marla Gibbs ... Eleanor Whitney
Faye Dunaway ... Leila
Stephen Tobolowsky ... Abe Cohen
Paul Benjamin ... Teddy Branson
Kevin Jackson ... Russell Branson
Ian Whitcomb Ian Whitcomb ... Smiling Jack
Justin Lazard ... Joshua
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Natalie Barish Natalie Barish ... Sarah
Lilyan Chauvin ... Grace
David James Elliott ... Record Store Clerk
Bill Erwin ... Jules (as William Erwin)
Jim Ishida ... Byron Fujisaki
Rodney Kageyama Rodney Kageyama ... Jeff Fujisaki (as Rodney Kegeyama)
Max Perlich ... Steve
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Storyline

An emotionally dysfunctional ukulele minstrel lands a gig at a nursing home where he strikes up an unlikely relationship with an ancient jazz chanteuse and awakens from a lifetime of loneliness and inconsequence.

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Genres:

Drama | Music

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Official Sites:

Left Hook / Lampedusa

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

19 June 2000 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Ins Leben zurück See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color
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See it anyway.
4 July 2002 | by jtur88See all my reviews

This was not a great movies. It wasn't even a really good one. But see it, anyway. William Sanderson is a character that you will never forget, and he plays the role with impeccable perfection. Forget about the defects in the film and the other characters who are less than great. Just sit back, with no expectations of anything great, and let Sanderson walk you through a nice but very simple story.


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