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J. Smith-Cameron and Kenneth Lonergan at the 2017 Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) International Awards held at The Avalon Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States - Friday 6th January 2017

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J. Smith-cameron and Kenneth Lonergan
J. Smith-cameron and Kenneth Lonergan
J. Smith-cameron and Kenneth Lonergan
J. Smith-cameron and Kenneth Lonergan
J. Smith-cameron and Kenneth Lonergan

Like Sunday, Like Rain Trailer


Reggie is 12-years-old and living in a sprawling New York property with his wealthy parents, though he rarely gets to spend any time with them. His company is mainly servants, nannies and other young adolescents at school, who he struggles to mix with due to his age-exceeding wisdom and passion for playing the cello. However, this startlingly intelligent young boy is about to meet 23-year-old Eleanor, who is equally struggling to get to grips with her life. Constantly hopping between odd jobs, never seeing her family and trapped in a relationship with a volatile slacker, she finds herself lucky enough to land a job as Reggie's nanny after a brief interview with his preoccupied mother. The pair hit it off immediately and, as their friendship grows, they start to teach other the most important things in life; dreams, love and family.

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Nellie Lonergan and J. Smith-Cameron - Snaps of the stars as they arrived at the opening night party for 'It's Only A Play' held at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in New York, New York, United States - Thursday 9th October 2014

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J. Smith-Cameron, Kenneth Lonergan and Nellie Lonergan - Opening night of This Is Our Youth at the Cort Theatre - Departures. - New York, New York, United States - Friday 12th September 2014

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J. Smith-cameron, Nellie Lonergan and Kenneth Lonergan
J. Smith-cameron, Kenneth Lonergan and Nellie Lonergan

Jay O Sanders, Laila Robins, Shuler Hensley and J. Smith Cameron - Jay O. Sanders, Maryann Plunkett, J. Smith-Cameron, Laila Robins and Shuler Hensley Sunday 3rd June 2012 Drama Desk Awards 2012 held at the Town Hall Theatre in Midtown Manhattan - Press Room

Jay O Sanders, Laila Robins, Shuler Hensley and J. Smith Cameron
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J. Smith-Cameron Monday 21st May 2012 The 57th Annual 'Village Voice' Obie Awards Ceremony held at Webster Hall

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Margaret Review


Excellent
Shot in 2005, Lonergan's film spent six years in legal and editorial limbo. It may be overlong, but it's a powerfully involving exploration of guilt and self-discovery. It's also packed with astonishingly complex characters and situations.

Lisa (Paquin) is a Manhattan teen living with her single mother Joan (Smith-Cameron), an actress starring in her breakout stage role while seeing a new man (Reno). One day Lisa distracts a bus driver (Ruffalo), who hits a woman (Janney) in the street, an accident that sends Lisa into a spiral of sublimated guilt, as she lashes out in different ways at a nice classmate (Gallagher), her teachers (Damon and Broderick) and mostly her mother. And she doesn't stop there, meddling in people's lives in her effort to achieve a sense of justice.

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You Can Count On Me Review


Excellent
You Can Count on Me is a film that, in true Sundance form, mixes the familiar with the unexpected. The Best Dramatic Film winner from this year's festival has some actors we've seen before (including Matthew Broderick) and some traditional storylines (single Mom's troubles, loner returns to hometown), but first-time writer-director Ken Lonergan adds just enough unpredictable dialogue and creativity to make this movie the real deal.

The single Mom is Sammy (Laura Linney), an organized bank loan officer living in her small-town childhood home. The loner is her scraggly brother Terry (Mark Ruffalo), a troubled wanderer coming back to ask Sammy for cash. And while this seems pretty basic from the outset, Lonergan has some smart ideas up his sleeve.

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J. Smith Cameron Movies

Like Sunday, Like Rain Trailer

Like Sunday, Like Rain Trailer

Reggie is 12-years-old and living in a sprawling New York property with his wealthy parents,...

Margaret Movie Review

Margaret Movie Review

Shot in 2005, Lonergan's film spent six years in legal and editorial limbo. It may...

You Can Count on Me Movie Review

You Can Count on Me Movie Review

You Can Count on Me is a film that, in true Sundance form, mixes the...

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