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Matt Fowler is a doctor practicing in his native Maine and is married to New York born Ruth Fowler, a choral music teacher. Their only child, Frank, home from school for the summer, is working as a part-time lobsterman to earn money for graduate school in the fall. He is involved in a love affair with a local single mother, Natalie. As the beauty of Maine's brief and fleeting summer comes to an end, these characters find themselves in the midst of unimaginable woe as Frank's relationship ends in tragedy. Subsequently, Frank's parents are forced to negotiate their way through their evolving response to their loss.


  • Tom Wilkinson
  • Sissy Spacek
  • Nick Stahl
  • Marisa Tomei
  • William Mapother
  • William Wise
  • Celia Weston
  • Karen Allen
  • Frank T. Wells
  • W. Clapham Murray

Did You Know?


  • The poems quoted during Willis Grinnel's two poker parties are William Blake's "Auguries of Innocence" and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's "My Lost Youth", respectively.
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  • When Matt, Frank and Natalie are eating lunch Frank picks up his drink from Matt's point of view, but from Natalie's point of view a second later he is not holding a drink.
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    • Willis Grinnel: Ever notice that even the worst bastards have friends?
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There are scenes as true as movies can make them, and even when the story develops thriller elements, they are redeemed, because the movie isn't about what happens, but about why.

Metacritic review by Roger Ebert
Roger Ebert
Chicago Sun-Times

When it comes to the realistic portrayal of the complex process of grief, most actresses are at a loss. Sissy Spacek is decidedly not most actresses.

Metacritic review by Desmond Ryan
Desmond Ryan
Philadelphia Inquirer

A lot of actors are labeled brave for taking on difficult scripts like this, but Spacek is the real thing: an artist first, without vanity, and a movie star almost by default.

Metacritic review by Edward Guthmann
Edward Guthmann
San Francisco Chronicle