Cinema of the World
United States of America (USA) / 2013 / English dialogue with subtitles / Black & White / DCP / 115 minutes


From Oscar-winning director Alexander Payne, NEBRASKA is a dramedy that has been shot in black and white, across four American states. The film, which was nominated for a Palme D’Or at Cannes 2013, follows the story of a poor old man (Bruce Dern), who makes regular trips from Montana to Nebraska to collect a sweepstakes prize he thinks he has won. One of his two sons (Will Forte) offers to take his father, even as he realises the futility. En route the father is injured, and the two must rest a few days in the small decaying Nebraska town where the father was born and where, closely observed by the son, he re-encounters his past.


Adventure and Drama

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Adult References and Coarse Language 15+

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Thu, 12 Dec 2013, 09:30 PM

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