Big Fish (2003)

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Big Fish
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TitleBig Fish
Year2003
CountryUSA
GenreFantasy (Movies)
Run Time2h 5 min
Director

At Will Bloom’s wedding party in 2000, his father Edward recalls the day Will was born, claiming he caught an enormous catfish using his wedding ring as bait. Will, having heard these stories all his life, believes them to be lies and falls out with his father. Three years later in 2003, Edward has cancer, so Will and his pregnant French wife Joséphine return to the town of Ashton, Alabama, to spend time with him. During the plane ride, Will recalls a story of Edward’s childhood encounter with a witch, who shows him his death in her glass eye. Edward, in spite of his illness, continues to tell the story of his life to Will and Joséphine. He claims to have once been bedridden for three years due to his rapid growth spurts. He then became a locally famous sportsman before being driven by his ambition to leave his hometown.

He sets out into the world with a misunderstood giant, Karl, who was terrorizing the town by eating livestock from the surrounding farms. Edward and Karl find a fork in the road and travel down separate paths. Edward follows a path through a swamp and discovers the secret town of Spectre, the cheery locals claiming he was expected. There, he befriends Ashton poet Norther Winslow and the mayor’s daughter Jenny. However, Edward leaves Spectre, unwilling to settle down but promising Jenny he will return.

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Big Fish
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Cast:

Ewan McGregor Ewan McGregor
Ed Bloom (Young)
Albert Finney Albert Finney
Ed Bloom (Senior)
Billy Crudup Billy Crudup
Will Bloom
Helena Bonham Carter Helena Bonham Carter
Jenny / The Witch
Jessica Lange Jessica Lange
Sandra Bloom (Senior)
Alison Lohman Alison Lohman
Sandra Bloom (Young)
Marion Cotillard Marion Cotillard
Josephine Bloom
Matthew McGrory Matthew McGrory
Karl the Giant
David Denman David Denman
Don Price (age 18–22)
Steve Buscemi Steve Buscemi
Norther Winslow
Danny DeVito Danny DeVito
Amos Calloway

At Will Bloom’s wedding party in 2000, his father Edward recalls the day Will was born, claiming he caught an enormous catfish using his wedding ring as bait. Will, having heard these stories all his life, believes them to be lies and falls out with his father. Three years later in 2003, Edward has cancer, so Will and his pregnant French wife Joséphine return to the town of Ashton, Alabama, to spend time with him. During the plane ride, Will recalls a story of Edward’s childhood encounter with a witch, who shows him his death in her glass eye. Edward, in spite of his illness, continues to tell the story of his life to Will and Joséphine. He claims to have once been bedridden for three years due to his rapid growth spurts. He then became a locally famous sportsman before being driven by his ambition to leave his hometown.

He sets out into the world with a misunderstood giant, Karl, who was terrorizing the town by eating livestock from the surrounding farms. Edward and Karl find a fork in the road and travel down separate paths. Edward follows a path through a swamp and discovers the secret town of Spectre, the cheery locals claiming he was expected. There, he befriends Ashton poet Norther Winslow and the mayor’s daughter Jenny. However, Edward leaves Spectre, unwilling to settle down but promising Jenny he will return.

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