A film that almost acts as a study on how humans deal with grief and loss. It's ben 8 months since Becca (Nicole Kidman) and Howie (Aaron Eckhart) lost their 4 year old son in a car accident, and they don't appear to be any closer to overcoming their loss. We follow them through their lives as they attempt to cope, move on, but still hold onto the memories of their son. The film is kind of mumble-core, and it's slow moving. It's certainly not for everyone. Aaron Eckhart, Nicole Kidman, Dianne Wiest, and Miles Teller all do superb performances, and each is given a chance to shine. Rabbit Hole is a very realistic, sad film (It almost feels nihilistic at points) that also tackles the subject of multiple realities accurately. I LOVEd the play this was based on, and I was very satisfied with the way the film version plays out. If you like this kind of stuff, give it a watch.