The Secret Lives of Dentists
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The Secret Lives of Dentists is a 2002 drama film directed by Alan Rudolph. The screenplay was written by Craig Lucas, based on the novella The Age of Grief by Jane Smiley. It was screened at several film festivals including Sundance and Cannes, and had a limited release in America on August 1, 2003.
|The Secret Lives of Dentists|
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Alan Rudolph|
|Screenplay by||Craig Lucas|
|Based on||The Age of Grief|
by Jane Smiley
|Box office||$3,707,201 (USA)|
David (Campbell Scott) and Dana Hurst (Hope Davis) are dentists who are married with three daughters and share a dental practice in Westchester County, New York. Dana is in the chorus of a community opera production, and when David goes backstage to give her a good luck charm, he sees her in the arms of another man. As he contemplates how to handle this, he begins having imaginary conversations with a difficult former patient (Denis Leary). When the whole family gets the flu, everything is brought to a head.
List of wins and nominationsEdit
|2004||Independent Spirit Award||Best Supporting Female, Hope Davis||No|
|2003||NYFCC Award||Best Actress, Hope Davis||Yes||Also for American Splendor|
|Best Screenplay, Craig Lucas||Yes|