Release Date:18 March 2015 (France)
Budget:$4, 100, 000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend:$411, 000 (USA)
Aspect Ratio:1.85 : 1 See full technical specs »
TriviaFor her portrayal of Alice in Still Alice (2014), Julianne Moore won the Quintuple Crown of Best Actress (winning the Golden Globe Award, Screen Actors Guild Award, Critics' Choice Award, BAFTA Award and Academy Award). This marks the second consecutive time that an actress winner of the Quintuple Crown was married to Alec Baldwin on screen. The previous winner was Cate Blanchett, who won for her role as Jasmine in Blue Jasmine (2013). This also marks the second time in a row (for all the awards), that the actress won for a movie that was not nominated for Best Picture. Both characters also had their names in their respective movie's title. See more »
GoofsIn the credits, "In Dulce Jubileo" is credited to the "Worchester (sic) Cathedral Voluntary Choir. The word "Worchester" does not exist. The popular Christmas tune was sung by the Worcester Cathedral Voluntary Choir. See more »
QuotesDr. Alice Howland: You may say that this falls into the great academic tradition of knowing more and more about less and less until we know everything about nothing.
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ConnectionsFeatured in The Oscars (2015) See more »
SoundtracksWe Three Kings
Written by John H. Hopkins (as John Henry Hopkins, Jr.)
Performed by Cherwell Singers
Courtesy of Naxos of America, Inc.
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