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Director Steve Stockman takes the helm for this semi-autobiographical comedy drama about an estranged family that comes together for one last goodbye, and finds their assumedly brief farewell inexorably dragged out for two excruciating weeks. Aging matriarch Anita (Sally Field) is dying, but before she goes, she has requested that her four grown children travel back home to visit their ailing mother on her deathbed. Eager to gain a better understanding of the dying process, daughter Emily purchases a variety of self-help books on the subject. Though brother Keith (Ben Chaplin) soon arrives determined to float through the process in typical L.A. Zen mode, Emily contends that the only way to be prepared for the future is to consider every detail that can go awry. When PR executive Barry arrives intent on getting some work done before death comes knocking, it appears as if he is more concerned with getting broadband Internet in the house than actually tending to his mother. Meanwhile, youngest brother Matthew sets at the sidelines biding his time as his unlikable wife, Katrina, callously speculates on which of the dying woman's luxurious jewels she will be inheriting. Now, as Anita begins to look back at her life while reflecting on the time spent with her family, the question of who will hold this family together once she is gone casts a melancholy shadow over her fond memories. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

  • Release date:March 2, 2007


Sally Field
as Anita Bergman
Ben Chaplin
as Keith Bergman
Lauren Ellman
as Flight Attendant
Julianne Nicholson
as Emily Bergman
Tom Cavanagh
as Barry Bergman
James Murtaugh
as Jim Cranston
Terrence E. McNally
as Gerald Corwin
Michael Hyatt
as Carol
Glenn Howerton
as Matthew Bergman
Clea Duvall
as Katrina
Jenny O'Hara
as Julia
Susan Misner
as Sherry
Jeffrey A. Johnson
as Ben
Lori Beth Edgeman
as Suzanne
Savannah Eller
as Jessica
Peggy Walton-Walker
as Airline Agent
John Will Clay
as National Guard
Layne Sasser
as Sylvia
Alan Dysert
as Bank Manager
Kenan Thompson
as Rabbi
Neva Howell
as Grocery Clerk
Larry Black
as Arnie Taubman
Judy Leavell
as Harriet Taubman


Steve Stockman
Steve Stockman
John Marias
Scott Mahalick
Curt Hahn
David Gang
Paul Brian Anderson
Steve Stockman
Stephen Kazmierski
Maryl Georgi
Musical Direction/Supervision
Heitor Pereira
Composer (Music Score)
Mark Dennison
Debra Chiate
David Donley
Production Designer
Pam Dixon
David Gang
Executive Producer
Curt Hahn
Executive Producer
Scott Mahalick
Executive Producer
Leslie Morales
Set Decorator
Thomas Morrison
Sound/Sound Designer
Jay Rose
Sound/Sound Designer
Shay Griffin
Pam Dixon
Dave Ornsten
Co-Executive Producer
Jamie Beschinski
Production Assistant
Joey Racca
Second Second Assistant Director
John Rabasca
Assistant Properties
Sean Keegan
Action Director
Marty Humphries
Re-Recording Mixer
Erik Bertelotti
Title Design
Dave Gullberg
Boom Operator
Dave Tyre
Boom Operator
Steve Robison
Cable Person
Tim Bess
David Bondelevitch
Music Editor
William Wiegman
Production Coordinator
Phil Arnold
Boom Operator
Allison Hughes
Assistant Production Coordinator
Ed Buckner
Potsy Ponciroli
Production Assistant
Dave Hodgin
Transportation Coordinator
Buford Manley
Rob Aycock
Mike Bozzo
Post Production Assistant
Ted Robison
Jeff Rice
Co-Executive Producer
Jonathan Fahrmann
Production Assistant
Andrew Rivers
Production Assistant
Garnett Burk
Key Hairstylist
Jillian Amburgey
Script Supervisor
Amy Patterson
Key Costumer
Sydney Lunn
Set Dresser
Travis Gillespie
Best Boy Electric
Eli Marias
Post Production Assistant
Tate Palmer
Casting Assistant
Jeremy Mazza
Production Assistant
Chris McDade
Transportation Captain
Belle Roberts
Personal Assistant
Joanna Surgeoner
Personal Assistant
Noreen Wilkie
Department Head Hair
Noreen Wilkie
Department Head Makeup
Mark Ragland
Location Manager
Jeff Venditti
Additional Cinematography
Kyle Lollis
Production Assistant
Monique Morvant
Production Assistant
Landon Morgan
Art Department Coordinator
Stephanie Beman
Craft Service/Catering
Tad Howard
Key Grip
Molly M. Mayeux
Line Producer
Joseph Cassell
Key Costumer