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Green Mile, The (1999)
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Starring: Tom Hanks, Patricia Clarkson, James Cromwell, Jeffrey DeMunn, Michael Clarke Duncan, Graham Greene, Bonnie Hunt, Doug Hutchison, Michael Jeter, David Morse, Barry Pepper, Sam Rockwell, Harry Dean Stanton
Director: Frank Darabont
Category: Drama, Classic
Studio: Warner Bros.
Subtitles:
English, French
Length:
188 mins

 
 

 

Paul Edgecomb didn't believe in miracles.Until the day he met one.

Miracles happen in unexpected places, even in the death-row cellblock at Cold Mountain Penitentiary.There John Coffey, a gentle giant of a prisoner with supernatural powers, brings a sense of spirit and humanity to his guards and fellow inmates.

Tom Hanks leads a stellar ensemble (including Michael Clarke Duncan as Coffey) in this emotional, uplifting story of guards and captives; husbands and wives; prisoners and a remarkable mouse named Mr. Jingles; and, on another level, of a moviemaker and his source.That filmmaker is Frank Darabont, who returns after his 1994 directorial debut The Shawshank Redemption to adapt another tale by Stephen King into stirring, crowd-pleasing entertainment nominated for 4 Academy Awards, including Best Picture.

 
 
   
   

 
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