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Tuck Everlasting
- Alexis Bledel

Overview - Fifteen-year-old Winnie Foster (Alexis Bledel) is the beautiful, privileged daughter of the richest man in town. A disagreement with her domineering parents (Amy Irving, Victor Garber) sends Winnie outside the fence that surrounds her pristine house and protects her from the outside world, and into the nearby forbidden woods.  Read more...

 
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Overview

Fifteen-year-old Winnie Foster (Alexis Bledel) is the beautiful, privileged daughter of the richest man in town. A disagreement with her domineering parents (Amy Irving, Victor Garber) sends Winnie outside the fence that surrounds her pristine house and protects her from the outside world, and into the nearby forbidden woods. Her journey becomes a far greater adventure than she ever anticipated when she meets the Tucks, a family of immortals that live deep in the woods. Parents Angus (William Hurt), Mae (Sissy Spacek), and their sons Miles (Scott Bairstow) and Jesse (Jonathan Jackson), stopped aging more than a century ago after drinking from an enchanted spring, a veritable fountain of youth. With the Tucks, Winnie discovers the freedom lacking in her own small world, and a romance blossoms between the mortal teenager and the immortal Jesse. With the local police searching for the missing Winnie and a mysterious stranger (Ben Kingsley) searching for the Tucks, Winnie must choose between immortality and a life with her new friends, or the life--and inevitable death--of a normal human. TUCK EVERLASTING is directed by Jay Russell (MY DOG SKIP, END OF THE LINE), adapted from the classic novel by Natalie Babbitt, and narrated by Elisabeth Shue.

Cast List

Marc Abraham
Victor Garber - Stage/Film Actor
Jeffrey Leiber - Screenwriter, TUCK EVERLASTING (2002)
Thomas A. Bliss - executive producer
Thomas Bliss - executive producer
Deborah Forte
Amy Irving - American Actress, CARRIE (1976)
Jonathan Jackson - Actor; CAMP NOWHERE
William Ross - Composer
Alexis Bledel - Actor, TUCK EVERLASTING (2002)
Jane Startz - PRODUCER
William Teitler - Executive Producer, TUCK EVERLASTING (2002)
Sissy Spacek - Oscar winning actress, COAL MINER'S DAUGHTER
Mary Elizabeth Spacek - Oscar winning actress, COAL MINER'S DAUGHTER
Ben Kingsley - British actor, GANDHI/SCHINDLER'S LIST
Krishna Banji - British actor, GANDHI/SCHINDLER'S LIST
Sir Ben Kingsley - British actor, GANDHI/SCHINDLER'S LIST
Natalie Babbit - Author, TUCK EVERLASTING (2002)
Armyan Bernstein - Screenwriter/Director/Prod.
Barry Armyan Bernstein - Screenwriter/Director/Prod.
Jay Russell
James V. Hart
Scott Bairstow - Canadian Actor
William Hurt - American Actor, THE BIG CHILL (1983)
Max Wong - Executive Producer, TUCK EVERLASTING (2002)
James L. Carter - Director of photography

 
Details
    DVD Format
  • Format: DVD
  • Run Time: 88
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 786936205794
  • Genre: Family
  • Rating: PG (MPAA) (some violence)
  • Release Date: June 2015

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Notes:
Theatrical relase: October 11, 2002

Reviews:
"...An effective, well-made film....[Russell's] eye for landscape is superb..." - 10/11/2002 New York Times, p.E20


"...A sweeping romantic fable about love and mortality....[The film] has been made with such skill and sensitivity that its appeal spans generations..." - 10/11/2002 Los Angeles Times, p.C12


"...Well-acted....Sweet, family-friendly and philosophically complex, TUCK EVERLASTING is an unexpected delight..." - 10/11/2002 USA Today, p.6E


"Disney's tradition of intelligent, live-action family period cinema is magnificently revived in TUCK EVERLASTING..." - 09/09/2002 Variety, p.27-35


"...A dreamy adaptation of Natalie Babbitt's cherished 1974 children's novel..." - 10/25/2002 Entertainment Weekly, p.52

 
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