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Greendale






Greendale

Category: 19
All Genres: Musical, Drama
Release Year: 2003
Country: USA
Runtime: 87
Rating: (0)
Languages: English
Director: Neil Young
Sound: DTS, Dolby Digital
Taglines:

  • Seduction. Sex. Scandal. She's the talk of the town.
  • Every saint has a past. Every sinner has a future.

  • Writing by: Neil Young – writer

    Produced by: Marcy Gesnic – associate producer (as Marcy Gensic)
    L.A. Johnson – producer
    Elliot Rabinowitz – executive producer
    Neil Young – producer

    Cast: Sarah White – Sun Green
    Eric Johnson – Jed Green / Devil
    Ben Keith – Grandpa Green
    Erik Markegard – Earth Brown
    Elizabeth Keith – Grandma Green
    Pegi Young – Edith Green
    James Mazzeo – Earl Green
    Paul Supplee – Officer Carmichael
    Sydney Stephan – Widow
    Adam Donkin – Imitator (as Echobrain)
    Dylan Donkin – Imitator (as Echobrain)

    Music: Neil Young
    Official Website: Visit Website


    Plot Outline: A musical look at the lives and struggles of people in the small fictional town called Greendale.
    Plot: Exploring the lives and struggles of a varied group of people in a small, rural California town, Greendale focuses in on the Green family. From Grandpa sitting on the front porch commenting on the state of the world, to his struggling artist son Earl Green, to Sun Green, Earl's vibrant, free-spirited daughter, daily existence in Greendale seems idealistically perfect and trouble-free, at first. This uneventful lifestyle is proven to be more intricate than first glaces would indicate, when Cousin Jed shoots and kills a police officer, sparking a chain of events that change the lives of those around him in both simple and profound ways.

    Movie Quotes: Lord Darlington: I like America. Name me another society that's gone from barbarism to decadence without bothering to create a civilization in between.


    Crazy Credits: We know about 2 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    The credits display addresses and descriptions of related websites but they can also be found on the official website for the film.

    Goofs: We know about 5 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Anachronisms: The band playing at Mrs Windemere's party includes a guitarist playing a Gibson electric guitar (Gibson pearl-inlaid logo is visible). This is 6 years before Gibson released its first commercial electric guitar (the ES-150) in 1936. Electric guitars were an experimental novelty in 1930.

    Trivia: There are 2 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • Joseph Fiennes was originally offered the role of Lord Darlington, but turned it down to play Bassanio in Michael Radford's adaptation of The Merchant of Venice (2004).
    • “A Good Woman” is a theatrical version of Oscar Wilde's 1892 four-act comedy, “Lady Windemere's Fan.”


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