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||IMDB Rating: 6.6/10 from votes
||Release: 16 January 2015 (France) /
||Director: Sean Hanish,
||Stars: Alfred Molina, Andrea Anders, Bresha Webb, Connie Nielsen, Jade Sealey, Joseph Marcell, Kathy Baker, Mary Carol Lester, Minnie Driver, Paul Adelstein, Peter Jason, Rob Brownstein, Robyn Peterson, Sarah Jones, Saundra McClain
||Synopsis: RETURN TO ZERO is based on the true story of a successful couple preparing for the arrival of their first child. Just weeks before their due date they discover that their son has died in the womb and will be stillborn. Lives and relationship forever altered by the loss, they try to cope through denial, escape and alcohol, but nothing can save their marriage. And that's when they discover that they're again pregnant (from a last ditch 'save the marriage' getaway to Las Vegas), and must come together to face a turbulent and terrifying pregnancy. Written by Anonymous
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My wife and I were fortunate enough to attend the Return to Zero world
premier last night (March 8, 2014) and we connected with the film so
strongly that I wanted to recommend it to everyone.
We lost our twins, Marshall and Spencer, ten months ago on May 2 of
2013. They were born perfectly healthy at 22 weeks 3 days, but they
just weren't ready for life outside of the womb. They each lived for
only an hour. When we left the hospital without our boys we came home
to a life that was forever changed. We held each other, cried, and
began the process of searching for answers and one of the places we
looked was to Hollywood. As we spent days on the couch we wanted to
watch a movie that depicted what we were going through. Fictional or
not, we wanted to actually see someone else make it out of the hell we
were in and more importantly, we wanted to know how they did it. We
read synopsis after synopsis and could not find ONE movie that told the
whole story of losing an unborn childnot premature birth, miscarriage,
or still birth. However, we discovered that one was in the works and it
was called, Return to Zero.
Fast forward 8 months and it just so happened that the world premier
was right in our backyard. And coincidentally, today is the day that
last year we found out our twins were boys. So, this was a special
weekend for us. We had the opportunity to watch the movie with the
writer and director, Sean Hanish, producer Paul Joconi-Biery, and
Sean's wife, Kiley. We then even got to have dinner and hang out with
them and some other great people who have shared our same experience.
What a great night.
The movie was incredible. It's a true story about a happy couple who
were pregnant with their first child when just before their due date,
they learned that their baby had died. What's unique about Return to
Zero is that you follow Maggie, played by Minnie Driver, and Aaron,
played by Paul Adelstein, as they go through the entire process a
devastating journey previously reserved for only those who have
suffered a loss themselves. The writer and director, Sean, got every
single little detail rightevery emotion, every shared look in the
delivery room, interactions with family, dumb comments made by people,
and even the humor that's part of the healing process. Yeah, when we're
grieving, we still laugh.
When Aaron and Maggie leave the hospital they begin the healing
process, which we quickly learn doesn't exactly happen in a straight
line. We follow them through a handful of, ah, how should I say this
not so helpful coping strategies. Since the trailer hasn't even been
released for the film yet, I don't want to say too much, but since the
website synopsis says it, I think I'm safe to saythey do end up
getting pregnant again and I'm sure you can imagine the anxiety that
they must have after going through their previous loss.
Minne Driver and Paul Adelstein were spot on with their portrayals of
Aaron and Maggie. They are 100% believable as a couple, and as grieving
parents of a lost child. Their raw emotion had my wife and me feeling
like we were reliving our own tragedy up on the screen, which
surprisingly, was comforting. The supporting cast gave equally awesome
performances. To name a few, you've got Alfred Molina, Connie Nielsen
who you might remember as the wife of Maximus in Gladiator, and Emmy
award winner Kathy Baker.
All around, this is a wonderful movie that needed to be made. Unless
people have gone through a similar situation themselves, I don't think
that they really understand what parents go through when they lose an
unborn child. For anyone who has a lost child of their own and feels
alone and misunderstood, Return to Zero will show you that others have
experienced exactly what you have, and they made it through. If you
haven't lost a child, but know someone who has, this movie may help you
understand what we go through and that it's OK to talk to us while we
grieve, and more likely than not, welcomed. And for those who have gone
through a loss and find yourselves with a family member or friend that
just doesn't get it, as someone suggested last night, just tell them,
"Don't talk to me until after you've watched Return to Zero."
☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆ Go see this movie.
Tags for Return to Zero Full Movie
, Andrea Anders
, Bresha Webb
, Connie Nielsen
, Jade Sealey
, Joseph Marcell
, Kathy Baker
, Mary Carol Lester
, Minnie Driver
, Paul Adelstein
, Peter Jason
, Rob Brownstein
, Robyn Peterson
, Sarah Jones
, Saundra McClain
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