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Proof

Rating:PG-13 (for some sexual content, language and drug references)
Genre:Drama
Release Date:September 23, 2005
Running time:99 minutes
Cast:Gwyneth Paltrow, Anthony Hopkins, Jake Gyllenhaal, Hope Davis, Gary Houston
Director:John Madden
Producer:John N Hart, Jeff Sharp, Robert Kessel, Alan Owen
Writer:David Auburn, Rebecca Miller
Distributor:Miramax Films

Description: A devoted daughter comes to terms with the death of her father, a brilliant mathematician whose genius was crippled by mental insanity, forcing her to face her own long-harbored fears and emotions. She adjusts to his death with the help of one of her father's former mathematical students, who searches through her father's notebooks in the hope of discovering a bit of his old brilliance. While she comes to terms with the possibility that his genius, which she has inherited, may come at a painful price, her estranged sister arrives to help settle their father's affairs.

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