The Stone Boy

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Time Out says

Another quietly good film from Robert Duvall, sharing a similar emotional appeal to Tender Mercies. A young boy is killed in a shooting accident, and his nine-year-old brother is traumatised by the feeling of guilt and lack of emotional response from his family, who are cracking up all around him. The sense of stoicism from these Midwestern farm people is very well conveyed; as are some magic scenes between the boy and his grandfather, played by Wilford Brimley. CPea.
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Release details

UK release:

1983

Duration:

93 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Christopher Cain

Cast:

Wilford Brimley, Frederic Forrest, Glenn Close, Jason Presson, Robert Duvall, Cindy Fisher

Music:

James Horner

Production Designer:

Joseph G Pacelli

Editor:

Paul Rubell

Cinematography:

Juan Ruiz-Anchia

Screenwriter:

Gina Berriault

Producer:

Ivan Bloch, Joe Roth

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