Friday, February 20, 2015

Still Alice Oscar Buzz & Reviews

Forget '50 Shades of Grey' all the Oscar buzz is on Julianne Moore's 'Still Alice.' The film was officially released in the USA on Friday, February 13th Valentine's weekend.

'Alice' suffers from a rare form of early onset Alzheimer's in which she consults with her neurologist, and primary care doctor played by Orlagh Cassidy, who diagnose and care for her disease.

'Still Alice' which is written and directed by Wash Wesmoreland and Richard Glatzer, and based on the New York Times bestselling book by author Lisa Genova, share the Oscar limelight with Meryl Streep's 'Into The Woods,' 'American Sniper' and more.


USA Today

The Hollywood Reporter

Friday, February 13, 2015

'Still Alice' Devistatingly Heartbreaking

The much awaited Oscar contender Still Alice was released today. The movie is a grim reality of the life of a 50 year old woman struck by a rare form of Alzheimer's and the progression of this life altering disease.

Orlagh Cassidy plays primary care doctor to Julianne Moore's 'Alice' whom she consults at the beginning of the decline in her condition. It is a harsh look into the real life issues many face - yet portrayed so brilliantly on the big screen while written and directed with such care and grace by Richard Glatzer and Wash Westmoreland.

Still Alice