Rated PG-13 · 91 minutes · 2010

When it is truly about the work (instead of a paycheck), Nicole Kidman is almost always up to snuff, and as a woman who simply can’t find a way to cope with or grieve over the loss of her son in director John Cameron Mitchell’s Rabbit Hole, she’s utterly fantastic. It would be inaccurate to call this a tearjerker, because if that were the case, all the action would lead up to the death of the son. Danny, the 4-year-old, is never seen. Instead, Rabbit Hole is about the world left behind after his death, the father (Aaron Eckhart) who can’t touch his wife months later, and the mother (Kidman) trapped in a cavernous suburban home with her son’s imprint all around her.
Official Site: www.rabbitholefilm.com
Director: John Mitchell
Producer: Gigi Pritzker, Nicole Kidman, Per Saari, Leslie Urdang, Dean Vanech, William Lischak, Linda McDonough, Brian O'Shea and Dan Revers
Cast: Nicole Kidman, Aaron Eckhart, Dianne Wiest, Miles Teller, Tammy Blanchard, Sandra Oh, Giancarlo Esposito and Jon Tenney


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Boise Weekly The Projector: Movies opening Friday, January 21 Follow little white Nicole Kidman down the Rabbit Hole and canoodle with Natalie and Ashton without attached strings. It's all at the movies. 01/21/2011
Memphis Flyer Grief, Staged The complex Rabbit Hole struggles to expand on its theatrical roots. by Addison Engelking 01/13/2011
Boise Weekly The Projector: Movies opening Friday, January 28 Jonathon Statham claims his place once again as a kool kat action hero, while Anthony Hopkins arrives as a creepy man of the cloth, it's all at the movies. 01/28/2011
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The Coast Halifax Silence speaks loud in Rabbit Hole A directorial departure for John Cameron Mitchell digs deep into drama. by Matt Semansky 01/20/2011
Indy Week Rabbit Hole explores the grieving process A simple scene on a park bench walloped me emotionally like no film in recent memory by Nathan Gelgud 01/12/2011
NUVO Ed reviews: 'Rabbit Hole' Excellent performances by Nicole Kidman and Aaron Eckhart, as parents struggling to survive a gut-wrenching tragedy, are the only light in an otherwise dark film. by Ed Johnson-Ott 01/12/2011
East Bay Express It Didn't Work Out: Blue Valentine, Rabbit Hole, and Bhutto Three women and their best-laid plans. by Kelly Vance 01/05/2011
Portland Mercury Everything You Wanted to Know About Rabbit Hole Sorry about the spoilers—I'm high on ketamine. by Grant Brissey 01/13/2011
Colorado Springs Independent Opening this week Just Go With It, Justin Bieber Never Say Never, The Company Men, Rabbit Hole and more. 02/10/2011
Creative Loafing Atlanta Drama chases bereaved parenets down Rabbit Hole Hedwig and the Angry Inch director John Cameron Mitchell offers an intellectual glimpse of the mourning process by Curt Holman 12/22/2010
Colorado Springs Independent World of hurt: Rabbit Hole This time, we'll take the gloves off and be honest: Rabbit Hole is utterly pedestrian. by Justin Strout 02/10/2011

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