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Nic and Jules have started their own happy, if slightly unconventional family. They have two children by an unknown sperm donor and decided that they would each get pregnant with the same sample. Nic (Annette Bening) is Joni’s biological mother and Jules (Julianne Moore) is Laser’s biological mother.

Joni has recently turned eighteen and is about to head off to college, but her brother Laser has asked her for a favour. He wants to get in touch with his biological father and meet him, but since he is only 15 he can’t do it by himself. The pair decides to meet with their ‘bio-dad’ in secret, and they are pleasantly surprised. Paul (Mark Ruffalo) is the laid back restaurateur who shows up and is happy to meet with them.

When the mothers of the family find out about this meeting they are relieved but not exactly pleased, especially when Joni admits that she wants to meet with Paul again. Eventually Paul will meet the whole family and a new chapter in their lives will begin.

Special Features:

  • Feature commentary with director/co writer Lisa Cholodenko
  • The Journey to Forming a Family
  • The Writers Process and The Making of the Kids Are All Right

Nic And Jules Sat On A Sofa With Their Arms Wide Open

Family Sat Round A Table Outside Having Dinner

Joni And Laser

studio:
Universal Pictures
Director:
Lisa Cholodenko
Certificate:
15
Actor:
Julianne Moore

Annette Bening

Mark Ruffalo

Mia Wasikowska

Josh Hutcherson
Subtitle Languages:

English for the Hard of Hearing, German

Aspect Ratio:
1:85:1 Anomorphic Widescreen
Theatrical Release Year:
2010
Main Language:
English
Number of Discs:
1
Region:
2

The Kids Are All Right

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Nic and Jules have started their own happy, if slightly unconventional family. They have two children by an unknown sperm donor and decided that they would each get pregnant with the same sample. Nic (Annette Bening) is Joni’s biological mother and Jules (Julianne Moore) is Laser’s biological mother.

Joni has recently turned eighteen and is about to head off to college, but her brother Laser has asked her for a favour. He wants to get in touch with his biological father and meet him, but since he is only 15 he can’t do it by himself. The pair decides to meet with their ‘bio-dad’ in secret, and they are pleasantly surprised. Paul (Mark Ruffalo) is the laid back restaurateur who shows up and is happy to meet with them.

When the mothers of the family find out about this meeting they are relieved but not exactly pleased, especially when Joni admits that she wants to meet with Paul again. Eventually Paul will meet the whole family and a new chapter in their lives will begin.

Special Features:

  • Feature commentary with director/co writer Lisa Cholodenko
  • The Journey to Forming a Family
  • The Writers Process and The Making of the Kids Are All Right

Nic And Jules Sat On A Sofa With Their Arms Wide Open

Family Sat Round A Table Outside Having Dinner

Joni And Laser

studio:
Universal Pictures
Director:
Lisa Cholodenko
Certificate:
15
Actor:
Julianne Moore

Annette Bening

Mark Ruffalo

Mia Wasikowska

Josh Hutcherson
Subtitle Languages:

English for the Hard of Hearing, German

Aspect Ratio:
1:85:1 Anomorphic Widescreen
Theatrical Release Year:
2010
Main Language:
English
Number of Discs:
1
Region:
2

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the kids are all right

The The Kids Are All Right movie is very good. The subject of the movie is very modern and it was very fuuny to see how 2 women bring up their children and make their life together very happy. I enjoyed every minute of the film.

The Kids are Alright

Brilliant! A wonderfully thought provoking story. Beautiful study of human behaviour...