A young woman kept at arm's length from the world finds it suddenly appearing on her doorstep in this drama. In the 1960s, Jack (Daniel Day-Lewis) was a political radical and environmental activist who organized a self-sustaining commune on a small island off the East Coast as an alternative to what he saw as an ugly and destructive way of life. ...Read MoreA young woman kept at arm's length from the world finds it suddenly appearing on her doorstep in this drama. In the 1960s, Jack (Daniel Day-Lewis) was a political radical and environmental activist who organized a self-sustaining commune on a small island off the East Coast as an alternative to what he saw as an ugly and destructive way of life. In 1986, the commune is down to two members -- Jack and Rose (Camilla Belle), his 16-year-old daughter from a marriage that ended with his wife's death. Educated by her father and isolated from "corrupting" outside influences, Rose is very close to her father, and keeps a close eye on his emotional needs as well as his health, which has been compromised by heart disease. Jack has an on-and-off relationship with Kathleen (Catherine Keener), a divorced mother of two teenage boys who lives on the mainland, and one day to Rose's great surprise, Jack announces that Kathleen and her boys will be moving in with them. Startled and betrayed by Kathleen's arrival, Rose is also disoriented by the sudden presence of outside influences and a sudden rush of adolescent lust. Rose first attempts to seduce sweet but stocky Rodney (Ryan McDonald), who opts instead to cut her long hair; she then takes up with moody Thaddius (Paul Dano), who takes her virginity. Before long, emotional war breaks out in the household with Rose battling Jack on all fronts; Jack, meanwhile, is taking a more direct tack on dealing with a developer (Beau Bridges) putting up buildings on nearby wetlands, attempting to chase him off with a shotgun. The Ballad of Jack & Rose was written and directed by Rebecca Miller, whose husband is leading man Daniel Day-Lewis and whose father was playwright Arthur Miller. Mark Deming, RoviRead Less
Daniel Day-Lewis, Catherine Keener, Camilla Belle, Ryan McDonald, Paul Dano. Fine. 2004 Run time: 112. DVD IS LIKE NEW DIRECT FROM OUR WAREHOUSE...DVD HAS BEEN INSPECTED AND RECONDITIONED USING OUR PROFESSIONAL POLISHING EQUIPMENT...WE SHIP LIKE NEW PRODUCT 48 HOURS AFTER YOUR ORDER IS RECEIVED ALL PURCHASES 100% GUARANTEED! ! ! BUY WITH CONFIDENCE! ! !
Daniel Day-Lewis, Camilla Belle, Catherine Keener, Beau Bridges, Jason Lee. Good in good packaging. Language: English. Run time: 111 mins. Aspect ratio: 1.85: 1. Originally released: 2005. Ex library copy. Moderate wear on DVD/Case. Typical library, stampings, markings, stickers etc (WB)
Susanna Thompson, Beau Bridges, Jena Malone, Jason Lee, Paul Dano, Ryan McDonald, Camilla Belle, Catherine Keener, Daniel Day... Good. 2005 Run time: 112. Customer service is our top priority! The item or packaging may have identifying markings from its owner or show limited signs of wear. Digital copies may or may not be present.
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Susanna Thompson, Beau Bridges, Jena Malone, Jason Lee, Paul Dano, Ryan McDonald, Camilla Belle, Catherine Keener, Daniel Day... Good. 2005 Run time: 112. DISC shows use and has some scratches. Smudges/Finger prints on disc from handling. We pack all items in a protected and padded bubble mailer or a box designed to protect your item! Your item deserves more than just some plastic bag!