Actor Introduces His Latest Film at the Michigan Theatre
ANN ARBOR, MI — Actor/producer Tom Hulce (Amadeus, Amimal House) will be at the Michigan Theatre on Friday, August 6 to introduce the latest movie he produced, “A Home At The End Of The World” at the 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. screenings.
The news release follows:
- SPECIAL GUEST *
- to appear opening night of *
- A HOME AT THE END OF THE WORLD *
Tom Hulce, the producer of A HOME AT THE END OF THE WORLD, will be at the Michigan Theater on Friday, August 6th to introduce the movie at both the 7:00pm and the 9:30pm screenings.
Tom Hulce is most known for his roles as Mozart in AMADEUS and “Pinto” in NATIONAL LAMPOON’S ANIMAL HOUSE. Mr. Hulce is also a Plymouth, MI native and the Michigan Theater is proud to host this special guest.
— A HOME AT THE END OF THE WORLD
Director Michael Mayer’s debut feature chronicles the lives of Bobby (Colin Farrell) and Jonathan (Dallas Roberts), inseparable from the moment they meet in 1960s Ohio. Bobby is Jonathan’s connection to a larger world, while Jonathan’s family offers Bobby stability he’s never
known. Twenty years later, they reunite in New York where, with free-spirited Clare (Robin Wright Penn), they invent a new family. But can they navigate the unusual love triangle they’ve created and stay friends? Screenplay by Michael Cunningham (The Hours), based on his novel. Co-starring Sissy Spacek.
WHAT CRITICS SAY:
“The funny and heartfelt Home is a small treasure."
— Peter Travers, ROLLING STONE
“An intriguing look at an unconventional definition of family,
whose members don’t speak in Hollywood clichÃ©s."
— Claudia Puig, USA TODAY
“Farrell is astonishing in the movie, not least because the character
is such a departure from everything he has done before."
— Roger Ebert, CHICAGO SUN-TIMES