Starring Dallas Roberts, Keke Palmer, Jack Huston, Pell James, Andrew Sibner and Rakefet Abergel, "Shrink" is a Drama film, released on July 24 of 2009 in the USA.
What was the release date of "Shrink":
Shrink was initally released in the United States on Friday, July 24, 2009. Also released on this day were 500 Days of Summer, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Undead (dir. Jordan Galland), In the Loop, and Surviving Crooked Lake (dir. Ezra Krybus and Matthew Miller). This was ten (10) years ago.
It has been released on Thursday, February 05, 2009 in Germany.
Who is at the casting of "Shrink":
At the casting of Shrink we find Dallas Roberts, previously seen in Dallas Buyers Club (2009) and 3:10 to Yuma (2007); Keke Palmer (The Longshots (2008), Cleaner (2007)); Jack Huston (Hemingway's Garden of Eden (2008), Factory Girl (2006)) [ more... ]
- Griffin Dunne and Dallas Roberts also appeared in Dallas Buyers Club, released in 2009.
- Ike Barinholtz and Damian Cecere also appeared in Bunny Whipped, released in 2006.
- Griffin Dunne and Robert Loggia can both be seen in Amazon Women on the Moon, released in 1987.
- Derek Alvarado and Pell James can also be seen in The King, released in 2005.
What is the Storyline of "Shrink":
What happens when the people we count on to hold us together are barely holding it together themselves? Jonas Pates Shrink is a striking, fast-paced exposé of the other Hollywood, featuring folks living outside their comfort zone and the people who put them there. Henry Carter (Kevin Spacey) is a psychiatrist with an A-list clientele, including a once-famous actress (Saffron Burrows), an insecure young writer (Mark Webber), and a comically obsessive-compulsive superagent (Dallas Roberts). Henry is not in a good place, however. He has been asked to take his first pro bono case, a troubled teenage girl from a neighborhood far from the Hollywood hills. Considering his present state of mind, is he ready for the real-life troubles of a young woman who loves the world of movies he has become so jaded by? At its core, Shrink is a study of control and our endless need for it, even when it grows increasingly impossible to obtain. Writer Thomas Moffett uses classic archetypes in this modern Hollywood tale, but never pushes them over the edge of credibility. Performed by a well-matched cast at the top of their form, the result is both satisfying and exhilarating. Watching Shrink makes us feel like voyeurs looking through a window into the lives of people who look great, feel worse, and end up behaving badly.
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