Keane

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Time Out says

Damian Lewis goes deep—uncomfortably so—into the role of a lifetime as William Keane, a scruffy, highly distracted divorcé who may have lost both his unseen six-year-old daughter and his mind. We first see him pushing through the crowds at the Port Authority Bus Terminal, chasing strangers like an attack dog. He shows them a newspaper clipping of a missing girl; he flings himself into an alcoholic rage in a midtown bar. Director Kerrigan (Clean, Shaven) has observed mental illness before, but his latest is marked by an excellent, organically developed narrative as well: Keane happens upon a rootless young woman (Ryan) with a young daughter of her own (the terrific Breslin). The momentary oasis created is not the one you might expect.

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Director:
Lodge Kerrigan
Screenwriter:
Lodge Kerrigan
Cast:
Damian Lewis
Amy Ryan
Abigail Breslin
Tina Holmes

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