Ways to Live Forever (film)
|Ways to Live Forever|
Spanish film poster
|Directed by||Gustavo Ron|
|Produced by||Martyn Auty|
|Written by||Sally Nicholls
|Music by||Cesar Benito|
|Cinematography||Miguel P. Gilaberte, Production Design Jason Carlin|
El Capitan Pictures
|Distributed by||InTandem (worldwide)
World Wide Motion Pictures Corporation (North America)
Ways to Live Forever is a 2010 drama film by director Gustavo Ron based on the award winning novel of the same name written by Sally Nicholls. The film stars Robbie Kay, Alex Etel, Ben Chaplin, Emilia Fox and Greta Scacchi. The film is produced by Life&Soul Productions, El Capitan Pictures and Formato Producciones. It will be distributed via Karma in Spain, World Wide Motion Pictures Corporation for North America and InTandem for the rest of the world,.
- Sam (Robbie Kay): A 12-year-old boy who likes to know facts. He is dying of leukemia. He has a list of things he wants to do before he dies. The book "Ways to Live Forever" is presented as the book he is writing.
- Felix (Alex Etel): Sam's friend who has cancer. He has a wheelchair, and is straightforward.
- Daniel (Ben Chaplin): Sam's father, a quiet man.
- Amanda (Emilia Fox): Sam's mother.
- Ella (Eloise Barnes): Sam's younger sister.
- Gran (Phyllida Law): Sam's grandmother.
- Mrs Willis (Greta Scacchi): Both Sam and Felix's tutor, who likes to teach "fun stuff".
- Annie (Natalia Tena): A nurse who rides around on a pink scooter and calls herself "Dracula", on account that she often takes kids' blood samples.
- Kaleigh (Ella Purnell): Felix's cousin, who helps Sam and Felix into her uncle's pub for a drink and a kiss.
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