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The Private Lives of Pippa Lee






The Private Lives of Pippa Lee

Category: Drama
All Genres: Drama
Release Year: 2009
Country: USA
Runtime: 93
Rating: (0)
Languages: English
Director: Rebecca Miller
Sound: Dolby Digital, Dolby SR
Taglines:

  • The life you love may be your own.
  • She lived many lives – except her own

  • Writing by: Rebecca Miller – (screenplay)
    Rebecca Miller – (book)

    Produced by: Jill Footlick – executive producer
    Warren T. Goz – executive producer
    Stewart McMichael – executive producer
    Brad Pitt – producer
    Lemore Syvan – producer

    Cast: Robin Wright Penn – Pippa Lee
    Mike Binder – Sam Shapiro
    Alan Arkin – Herb Lee
    Winona Ryder – Sandra Dulles
    Ryan McDonald – Ben Lee
    Cornelius West – Don Sexton
    Maria Bello – Suky Sarkissian
    Arnie Burton – Doctor
    Tim Guinee – Des Sarkissian
    Drew Beasley – Chester Sarkissian – Age 6
    Madeline McNulty – Young Pippa – Age 7

    Music: Michael Rohatyn
    Official Website: Visit Website


    Plot Outline: After her much older husband forces a move to a suburban retirement community, Pippa Lee engages in a period of reflection and finds herself heading toward a quiet nervous breakdown.
    Plot: At fifty, Pippa Lee positively glows with female serenity, the devoted wife of a brilliant publisher thirty years her senior, proud mother of successful twins and a lovely and adored friend and neighbor. But, when her husband spontaneously decides that they should leave New York for a retirement home as a “pre-emptive strike against decrepitude,” and has an affair with someone even younger than she is, Pippa finds her beatific persona unraveling in alarming ways. The truth is, the gracious woman of the present day has seen more than her fair share of the wild side. She has finally found love and security in a family of her own. And now, that cozy world, too, is in danger.

    Movie Quotes:“>repeated line]
    She: Where are you?


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