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Aardvark (2017)

PG-13 | | Drama | 13 April 2018 (USA)
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The aardvark has evolved to be one of a kind. You could say the same of Josh Norman.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Zachary Quinto ... Josh Norman
Jenny Slate ... Emily Milburton
Sheila Vand ... Hannah
Jon Hamm ... Craig
Tonya Pinkins ... Abigail
Dale Soules ... Lucille
Marin Ireland ... Jenny
Peter Grosz ... Anthony
Jacinto Taras Riddick ... Davenham
Stephen Schnetzer ... Don Herremans
Noah Robbins ... Daniel
Brigid Ryan
James Joseph O'Neil
Michael Oberholtzer ... Brent
Alex Kramer ... Rob
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Emily Milburton is a therapist who is struggling with personal problems. Things change when she meets her new patient, Josh Norman, who is mentally ill. Josh starts to develop feelings for Emily but things get interesting when Emily falls for Josh's brother, Craig. Written by ibrahim-81450

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Rated PG-13 for mature thematic issues, language, some sexuality and violence | See all certifications »

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Release Date:

13 April 2018 (USA) See more »

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My Brother Is a Great Actor See more »

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Good acting and story
9 August 2018 | by earthangel07See all my reviews

I really enjoyed this film and you will too, if you like movies that are not spoon fed to you. For the most part, it follows a pretty simple linear narrative, with occasional 'imaginary' sequences. Unless you are drunk while watching, these will make total sense based on the overall narrative structure.

The acting and directing is very good, especially if you are fan of Jon Hamm and Zachary Quinto.

Overall, it is a refreshing and interesting examination of how mental illness effects a person and those around them. While some people might find the film's themes of loneliness and despair too depressing, this film always keeps things light and moving.


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