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Time Out of Mind


Richard Gere, Ben Vereen, Jena Malone, Steve Buscemi View All


Jeffrey Caine (Story), Oren Moverman (Screenplay), Oren Moverman (Director), Oren Moverman (Story) View All

Release: Sep. 7th, 2014
Runtime: 2 hours
Evicted from his squat and suddenly alone on the streets, George is a man without a home. Struggling with his demons and desperately trying to connect with the daughter he abandoned, he navigates the system, hustling for change and somewhere safe and quiet to gather his thoughts. But the streets are relentless and soon, George finds himself teetering on the edge, alone and abandoned.
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As filming commenced, Richard Gere was worried that he would be recognized on the streets, shattering the illusion of him playing an essentially invisible man.
The cinematography is what really got me, they used stationary shots, filming behind something, a wall, a window, zooming until reaching the character, the character is not highlighted, in some scenes you see a crowd and you don't know where the character is, the camera is slowly zooming until you f....
The film stars Richard Gere as George, a homeless man who after attempting to survive on the streets can no longer deny that the weather is getting too cold to remain on the streets and finds himself turning to a heartless system in the form of a men's detention center which eventually moves him to ....