Jack (2004 film)
|Directed by||Lee Rose|
by A. M. Homes
Daniel L. Paulson Productions
Susan Rose Productions
|Running time||104 minutes|
Jack is a 2004 American drama TV film written by A. M. Homes and directed by Lee Rose. Adapted from Homes' 1990 novel by the same name, the film is about a boy whose life is torn apart because of his parents' divorce. The film stars Anton Yelchin, Stockard Channing, Ron Silver, Erich Anderson and Brent Spiner.
Jack (Anton Yelchin) is a 15-year-old boy going through puberty. When his parents Anne (Stockard Channing and Paul (Ron Silver) divorce, his world starts to fall apart. While on a fishing trip with his father, Jack learns that Paul is in a live-in relationship with a man. The youth is bullied at school when other students find out about this.
Jack's best friend Max (Giacomo Baessato) also has problems, because his mother is being beaten by his father. Jack has a crush on another friend, Maggie, and learns that her father is gay. In the end, Jack learns to accept his father and his homosexuality.
|Steve Burka||Erich Anderson|
|Eddie Hayes||Jordan Weller|
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