We Don't Live Here Anymore

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We Don't Live Here Anymore
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Theatrical poster
Directed by John Curran
Produced by Harvey Kahn
Jonas Goodman
Naomi Watts
Screenplay by Larry Gross
Based on We Don't Live Here Anymore and Adultery
by Andre Dubus
Starring Mark Ruffalo
Laura Dern
Peter Krause
Naomi Watts
Music by Michael Convertino
Cinematography Maryse Alberti
Edited by Alexandre De Franceschi
Front Street Pictures
Distributed by Warner Independent Pictures
Release date
Running time
101 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $3,000,000
Box office $2,037,545

We Don't Live Here Anymore is a 2004 drama film directed by John Curran. It is based on the short stories We Don't Live Here Anymore and Adultery by Andre Dubus.

Set in Washington state, the film was shot around Vancouver, British Columbia.[1]


Two seemingly happy couples meet regularly for dinner but in reality the couples suffer from hidden discomfort in their family lives, causing one spouse to seek a relationship with a spouse from the other couple.



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