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Didn't keep my attention.
I liked the cast, but this one is a little too hard to believe at times. Fair at best.
Morgan Freeman here is very good, and Billy Bob Thornton even better.
Excellent cast and a story that could have worked if it had any sense of reality. Unfortunately almost everything in this movie is contrived and blatantly artificial.
A man released from Prison after 23 years finds solace and redemption in a community center and helps children with various problems in their lives.
stars Billy Bob Thornton, Morgan Freeman, Kirsten Dunst, Dorian Harewood, Geoffrey Wigdor, Luke Robertson, Billoah Green and Catherine Colvey.
directed by Ed Solomon.
Thoughtful and compelling, Levity is an insightful drama that explores some deep issues. The story follows a convict that's seeking redemption and is taken in by a street preach who runs a shelter. Billy Bob Thornton, Morgan Freeman, Holly Hunter, and Kirsten Dunst lead the cast and give strong performances. The film is quite introspective and approaches its material in an unusual manner; which gives it a refreshing tone. Some of the character plots are underdeveloped, but overall the writing's pretty good. Though it's not completely successful, Levity is a smart and well-crafted film that has some rich storytelling.
Surprising, in a good way.
Watched it for Roger Deakins cinematography, and that was the only good thing really
Una buena y pausada pelÃcula.... sin grandes pretenciones arma una historia completa.
Billy Bob Thornton stars as a man who is set free from jail after serving 19 years for killing a teenager during an attempted robbery. After nearly two decades of staring at his victim's face on a newspaper clipping in his cell, the paroled man attempts to find redemption in the form of a mysterious minister (Morgan Freeman), a misguided girl (Kirsten Dunst) and a needy woman with problems of her own (Holly Hunter).
also stars Dorian Harewood, Geoffrey Wigdor, Luke Robertson, Billoah Greene and Catherine Colvey.
directed by Ed Solomon.