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Duck

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Drama
Release Date:May 11, 2007
Running time:99 minutes
Cast:Philip Baker Hall, Bill Brochtrup, Amy Hill, Larry Cedar, French Stewart
Director:Nicole Bettauer
Producer:Nicole Bettauer, Domini Hofmann
Writer:Nicole Bettauer
Distributor:Right Brained Releasing

Description: In 2009, when Los Angeles' last city park is closed to the public, a dispossessed man and the duck who follows him as a mother quest west, on foot, in search of water and meaning, in the desert that is L.A. Arthur is a retired history professor who has outlived his time and place, friends and family, resources and reasons to live. In the park where his son and wife are buried, Arthur contemplates putting an end to his own life, when he is confronted by an orphaned duckling who has just escaped death. Arthur names this duckling Joe. Joe follows Arthur, the only mother he knows. When their park is landfilled and their pond is drained, Arthur and Joe engage in a Sisyphean struggle to survive, seeking a means to live, a place to live, and a purpose to live, in a world where their lives are not valued. In their search, Arthur and Joe encounter a host of strangers--some hostile, some helpful, some heroic--until, finally forming a community and a home. If we are but six degrees of separation from one another, are we as few to being alone?

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