Life as A House

Life as A House

La Maison Sur La Falaise

DVD - 2001
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When an architect learns that he is terminally ill, he gains custody of his son and begins to build his dream house.
Publisher: [S.l.] : New Line Productions, c2001.
Branch Call Number: FIC Life
Characteristics: 1 DVD (ca. 126 min.)
Alternative Title: Maison sur la falaise


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Jun 19, 2016

I was very much moved by the story of this movie and actors' performances, especially those of Kevin and Hayden.
I strongly recommend this movie!

Katherineo Oct 06, 2014

I loved this movie, the relationships in the family start out very weak, but the most amazing love of family comes through , K

Nevishay Jul 19, 2014

Oh man. What a great movie. Still thinking about it days later. Incredible acting on all fronts, but a real human movie. Deep feelings and realistic life situations. Loved it. Loved it.

btmslt Nov 24, 2012

A mostly feel good movie with a sad ending.

Dec 17, 2011

An interesting movie. Not great: it isn't very realistic in a lot of ways. There is a awful lot of newage philosophizing: the kind of stuff that sounds really deep, but, when you actually come to think about it, doesn't actually mean anything. But very sweet, a definite feel-good movie. Kevin Kline does his usual masterful job of acting: it is harder than you think to portray someone who is sick.

Jul 17, 2011

Mediocre -- a very passive film, based more in attitudes and relationships than in any actions. Some would find it touching and meaningful; others would be bored.

hopeful_romantic Mar 19, 2011

i saw this movie at Northwest community hospital. SO CUTE! I LOVE IT.

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