World Traveler (2002)
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as Andrea's Friend
as Dakota Customer
as Dakota Bartender
as Dakota Waitress
as Dakota Mom
as Dakota Girl
as Dakota Boy
as Ficus Lounge Host
as Imaginary Carl
Critic Reviews for World Traveler
With no real redemption at the end of the road, it is nothing more than a beautiful, empty journey.
Were it not for a sentimental resolution that explains way more about Cal than does the movie or the character any good, Freundlich's World Traveler might have been one of the more daring and surprising American movies of the year.
This episodic, quietly affecting movie is both gritty and poetic.
Well-made, well-acted but ultimately enervating.
Audience Reviews for World Traveler
A moving story about lost fathers and lost sons. Billy Crudup always picks his roles with care, often looking to play unique characters who are searching for something, are damaged somehow, and are in need of healing. Julianne Moore plays well the wandering mother, traveling to connect with her son at a train station somehere out there in space and time. Willie Nelson provides the bulk of a memorable soundtrack. A must-see for Crudup fans, and an interesting part for David Keith, whom I'd like to see back doing more films.
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