PG-13 | | Adventure, Drama, Mystery
A nine-year-old amateur inventor, Francophile, and pacifist searches New York City for the lock that matches a mysterious key left behind by his father, who died in the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001.
The Questionaire that Oscar gives The Renter have fifteen questions on them. They are: 1. What is your full name? 2. What is your nationality? 3. What is your occupation? 4. What did your father do for a living? 5. What did your mother do for a living? 6. Were you ever married? 7. Did you have children? 8. Where have you traveled in the world? 9. How did you learn of the apartment for rent? 10. Did you ever know my father, Thomas Schell? 11. When you did speak, what other languages did you know? 12. Were you ever a soldier in a war? 13. Did you ever kill anyone? 14. Do you have any friends? 15. Why did you stop talking?
There are more people alive now than have died in all of human history, but the number of dead people is increasing. One day, there isn't going to be any room to bury anyone anymore. So, what about skyscrapers for dead people, that are built down. ...
Early in the movie Oskar looks at pictures of tower jumpers, speculating which one might be his dad. However, later it is revealed that he heard his fathers telephone message that ended coincident with the tower collapsing. That means his father was inside at the time and could not have jumped/fallen.
$110,775 (USA) (30 December 2011)
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