PG-13 | | Drama, Music
A young woman strikes up a relationship with her ailing brother's favorite musician.
In an interview, Anne Hathaway discusses listening to the song "Thank You For Nothing" from Brooklyn-based artist Elizabeth & the Catapult to help her through a scene in Les Misérables (2012). In a scene in the subway, Anne's character records a woman playing the accordion. The woman is Elizabeth Ziman, of Elizabeth & the Catapult, and the song she's playing is an instrumental rendition of "Thank You For Nothing".
You know when you have a feeling that you don't want to fade away, but you don't really know how to keep it?
$20,200 (USA) (23 January 2015)
$31,250 (USA) (1 February 2015)
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