Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close (2011)

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Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close
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TitleExtremely Loud & Incredibly Close
Year2011
CountryUSA
GenreDrama (Movies)
Run Time2h 9 min
Director

Nine-year-old Oskar Schell is autistic and lives in New York City with his parents Linda and Thomas Schell. He is close to his father, who stimulates him with missions to hunt for clues to New York City’s “lost Sixth Borough”. The tasks he is given force him to explore his surroundings and communicate with other people, which is not easy for him. On September 11, 2001, schools close early, and Oskar arrives home alone to find six answering machine messages left by his father from the World Trade Center.

Oskar hides under his bed, where his grandmother finds him and stays until Linda returns home. Oskar is angry at his father’s funeral, unable to make sense of his death. A year later, Oskar has a secret hiding place with memories of his father, including the answering machine and its messages. In his father’s room, he accidentally shatters a vase, and inside finds a key in an envelope with the word “Black” on it. He becomes obsessed with finding the lock the key fits, believing it a clue from his father. He finds 472 Blacks in the New York phone book and plans to visit each one. He lies to his mother, with whom he is becoming increasingly distant, about his outings.

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Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close
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Cast:

Thomas Horn Thomas Horn
Oskar Schell
Max von Sydow Max von Sydow
The Renter
Tom Hanks Tom Hanks
Thomas Schell
Sandra Bullock Sandra Bullock
Linda Schell
Viola Davis Viola Davis
Abby Black
Jeffrey Wright Jeffrey Wright
William Black
John Goodman John Goodman
Stan the Doorman

Nine-year-old Oskar Schell is autistic and lives in New York City with his parents Linda and Thomas Schell. He is close to his father, who stimulates him with missions to hunt for clues to New York City’s “lost Sixth Borough”. The tasks he is given force him to explore his surroundings and communicate with other people, which is not easy for him. On September 11, 2001, schools close early, and Oskar arrives home alone to find six answering machine messages left by his father from the World Trade Center.

Oskar hides under his bed, where his grandmother finds him and stays until Linda returns home. Oskar is angry at his father’s funeral, unable to make sense of his death. A year later, Oskar has a secret hiding place with memories of his father, including the answering machine and its messages. In his father’s room, he accidentally shatters a vase, and inside finds a key in an envelope with the word “Black” on it. He becomes obsessed with finding the lock the key fits, believing it a clue from his father. He finds 472 Blacks in the New York phone book and plans to visit each one. He lies to his mother, with whom he is becoming increasingly distant, about his outings.

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