PG-13 | | Biography, Drama, Music
Originally planned for a November 2008 release date, the film was held back, due to Paramount's tightening of the number of films it releases per year, and released late April 2009. The trailer continued to run in theaters with November as the ... ...
Buen dia, muchachos.
Steve Lopez: "Points West" by Steve Lopez. A construction worker in Griffith Park heard the
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Steve Lopez: He saw a cyclist cartwheel off his bike and slam face-first into the unforgiving asphalt of Riverside Drive.
In the movie, Steve takes Nathaniel to listen to Beethoven's Third Symphony. In the DVD bonus material an interview with the real Nathaniel and Steve confirms that this took place, and that it was the Third Symphony. Reminiscing, the real Nathaniel then plays Steve an excerpt on his cello...except that he actually plays the second movement of Beethoven's better known Fifth Symphony - not the Third.
At the end of the credits, the music concludes with the sound of a cassette tape grinding to a stop, referencing Lopez's omnipresent recorder.
CAD 478,511 (Canada) (26 April 2009)
$31,670,931 (USA) (5 July 2009)
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