International art dealer Ron Hall must befriend a dangerous homeless man in order to save his struggling marriage to his wife, a woman whose dreams will lead all three of them on the journey of their lives.
|Release Date||:||October 20, 2017|
|Production Company||:||Paramount Pictures, Disruption Entertainment, Chazown Pictures|
|Production Countries||:||United States of America|
|Writers||:||Ron Hall, Ron Hall, Alexander Foard, Michael Carney, Denver Moore, Lynn Vincent|
|Casts||:||Greg Kinnear, Djimon Hounsou, Renée Zellweger, Jon Voight, Olivia Holt, Peyton Wich, Lara Grice, Ty Parker, Dana Gourrier, Mykel Shannon Jenkins, Ann Mahoney, Stephanie Leigh Schlund, Tonea Stewart, David Jensen, Theodus Crane, Nyles Steele, Thomas Francis Murphy, Daniel Zacapa, Geraldine Singer, Rudy Eisenzopf, Kenda Benward, Vince Pisani, Regina Taufen, Trey McGriff, Austin Filson, Jaclyn Bethany, Al Mitchell, Lucky Johnson, David Dino Wells Jr., John Newberg, Michael Southworth, Stacy Hall, Calvin Williams, Pedro Lucero, Emerson Rhinewalt, Tyler Galpin, Abigail C Addison, Mary Hunter Johnston, Anne Speed, O.S. Hawkins, John Teal Jr., Nathan Tremaine, Laura Pittman, Ashton Cotton, Emanuel Brooks, Griffin Donnell, Lamar Lott, Justin Mabry, Leslie Saucier, Wendie Sheppard|
|Plot Keywords||:||based on novel, homeless person, marriage, friendship, based on true story, based on memoir or autobiography, art dealer|
This movie is a throwback to Hollywood's earlier days in the sense that it's all about the story and the acting. There's not a special effect to be seen.
The story is powerful. And the acting amazing. I had read the book and listened to an audio version, so I knew what was going to happen, and I was still moved. Djimon Honsou is terrific.
If you are looking for a light, fun night at the cinema, Same Kind of Different as Me is not your film. If you are looking for a memorable movie with powerful acting, it is.