Riggan Thompson used to be a major movie star having played a much-loved onscreen superhero, Birdman, in his more prolific years. However, he's starting to believe he was just a one trick pony as he struggles desperately to get his Broadway debut underway having just written his first play. Things just don't seem to be going right for Riggin, however, when everything surrounding the production begins to fall apart and he has to cast a younger and cockier actor for the main role - a man he utterly abhors and feels he simply cannot work with. Not only that, but his personal life is also taking a massive blow and he must find a way to reconnect with his family so that, maybe, he can re-discover himself along the way.
'Birdman' is a brilliantly entertaining comedy about what happens when we feel like our lives are falling apart. The play within the movie is based on Raymond Carver's 'What We Talk About When We Talk About Love'. Directed by Oscar nominee Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu ('Babel', '21 Grams', 'Biutiful') who co-wrote the screenplay with Nicolas Giacobone and Armando Bo ('The Last Elvis'), and Alexander Dinelaris, the movie is due for US release on October 17th 2014.
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