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Carlos Encalada over 6 years ago
The Safety of Objects is a 2001 independent film based upon a series of short stories written by A. M. Homes about four suburban families who find that their lives become intertwined. The film was directed by Rose Troche, and has many characters. It is often considered an "intellectual film" in the sense that it touches upon many deep issues of the human experience in life. There are about 15 major characters in the film. Perhaps most notable is the character Esther Gold, played by Glenn Close. Esther Gold is the mother of several children, including a son who is in a coma from a car accident. The other characters are also related to the accident either directly or indirectly. As the film's story continues, the audience finds that all of the characters are connected in ways that they never knew. In a suburban neighborhood, Paul Gold (Joshua Jackson) lies in his bedroom in a vegetative state - a coma caused by a traumatic car accident, being nursed by his mother, Esther (Glenn Close)....
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