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A man seeks to unlock the mysteries of his family's tragic past in this drama. Zach Riley (Aaron Eckhart) is a psychiatrist who has resigned a prestigious position at a major university to take a job at the Millwood Clinic, a private residential facility run by one Dr. Reed (William Hurt). Riley tells Reed he was inspired to come to Millwood by the case of a family friend who was a patient there years before, but what Riley doesn't mention is the person in question was his father, T.L. Pierson
Sep 9, 2005 Wide
Jul 3, 2007
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At a time when most films lack subtlety, it is rare to find one as delicate, wistful and tender as 'Neverwas.'
Writer/ director Joshua Michael Stern has crafted something more than a mess and something less than a film that hits home. Neverwas never does quite win us over.
Never has so much talent come to so little because of a screenplay that's so adrift and aimless. Eckhart plays a psychologist with enough personal psychoses to keep himself preoccupied for a lifetime.
Seems rather a waste to use name actors and then not have them actually do anything.
Good actors are wasted, sets dominate storytelling, and it's all based on the most banal and artificial of children's tales. Avoid.
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