|Rating:||R (for pervasive language, some violent conent and brief nudity)|
|Release Date:||May 8, 2009|
|Running time:||138 minutes|
|Cast:||Tilda Swinton, Saul Rubinek, Kate del Castillo, Aidan Gould, Jude Ciccolella|
|Director:||Erick Zonca, Camille Natta|
|Writer:||Michael Collins, Camille Natta|
Description: Julia, 40, is an alcoholic. She is a manipulative, unreliable, compulsive liar, all strung out beneath her still flamboyant exterior. Between shots of vodka and one-night stands, Julia gets by on nickel-and-dime jobs. Increasingly lonely, the only consideration she receives comes from her friend Mitch, who tries to help her. But she shrugs him off, as her alcohol-induced confusion daily reinforces her sense that life has dealt her a losing hand and that she is not to blame for the mess she has made of it. Glimpsing imminent perdition, and after a chance encounter with Elena, a Mexican woman, Julia convinces herself--as much in panic and despair as for financial gain--to commit a violent act. As the story unfolds, Julia's journey becomes a headlong flight on a collision course, but somehow she makes the choice of life over death.
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