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Brie over 3 years ago
This was such a cute, yet almost sad, story. Definitely worth a watch.
Sergey Tunnik 6 years ago
It was an extraordinary story for me.
Courtney Bess 2 years ago
Káťa Vítová over 2 years ago
Chris Smack 5 years ago
gio over 5 years ago
Linden over 6 years ago
Starr almost 7 years ago
Esme Rabin 7 years ago
Neverwas is a 2005 English film written and directed by Joshua Michael Stern, starring Ian McKellen, Aaron Eckhart, Brittany Murphy and Nick Nolte. It was first shown at the 2005 Toronto International Film Festival. However, the movie was never given a full theatrical release, eventually being released straight to DVD in 2007. Zach Riley (Aaron Eckhart) is a psychiatrist who leaves a job at a prestigious university to take up a job at the privately run mental institution, 'Millwood', belonging to Dr. Reed (William Hurt). What he doesn’t reveal at the time of his appointment is that this was the very place where his novelist father, T.L. Pierson (Nick Nolte), spent many years of his life, and later wrote a popular children’s classic, ‘Neverwas’. Once there, he meets a schizophrenic patient, Gabriel Finch (Ian McKellen), and soon finds that more things link him to the story, to the book, and also to the recovery of the patient (who believes himself to be a character from the tale) than...
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