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Dreamland (2016)

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Part-time pianist Monty Fagan begins a May-December romance that upends his home life.

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Robert Schwartzman
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Johnny Simmons ... Monty
Frankie Shaw ... Liz
Beverly D'Angelo ... Marie
Ginko Ginko ... Robbie
Lilli Birdsell ... Heather
William Schwartzman ... David
Talia Shire ... Victoria
Zoey Grossman Zoey Grossman ... Peter's Assistant
Jason Schwartzman ... Peter
Alan Ruck ... Walter
Noël Wells ... Joanna
Shay Mitchell ... Nicole
Sara Coates ... Nicole's Client
Parisa Fakhri ... Liz's Client
Brittany Furlan ... Emily
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Part-time pianist Monty Fagan begins a May-December romance that upends his home life.

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Dreaming of a dream!

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Comedy | Drama | Music

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Not Rated | See all certifications »

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

11 November 2016 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

MF See more »

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2.35 : 1
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Monty has routine grooming montage at the start of each day similar to Mathew Broderick in Ferris Bueller's Day off. Alan Ruck who plays Walter, co starred with Broderick in Bueller as his best friend Cameron. See more »


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Written by Francesco Pennino
Published by Edzione Pennino
Courtesy of American Zoetrope
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The beauty of realistic expectations...
20 January 2018 | by bigmyc04See all my reviews

My title would refer to my reception of this movie and not any particular theme in the movie. In short, I thought the movie was great...especially in light of the conspicuous lack of fanfare over it. I discovered it through Netflix's "related searches" function and I must admit, the stylish "Cocktails and Dreams" motif sold me on it.

One of the other reviewers mentioned that he/she didn't find the Mrs. Robinson character to be pretty and that she looked "old" in a few shots but that she was a good actress...well, how very magnanimous? I thought that she was also a good actress, but did the reviewer miss the point of her character? Common sense says, "yes." She might have looked "old" perhaps because she was an "older woman." Now, does this have much to do with her sensuous nature? Not to anyone who is relatively sophisticated. The point of her inclusion wasn't to present a centerpiece that would be coveted and fawned over, but to be an available sexual option that represented acceptance and opportunity.... That is the point of her character, not to be some sort of high status beauty queen. I would have thought that was obvious. More over, her apparent wrinkles in many scenes further serve to illustrate the urgency of her condition: fading beauty and quiet desperation. Her character was obviously a driving aspect of the movie, but the fact that the actress nailed the role while the script writers did such a great job with the character, boosted my appreciation for this film.


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