Down To The Bone (film)

Down to the Bone is a 2004 independent film drama, starring Vera Farmiga, who received a "Best Actress" award from the Los Angeles Film Critics Association for the role. The film won the Sundance Film Festival Director's Award (Debra Granik) and the Sundance Film Festival Special Jury Prize (Vera Farmiga).

The film, which addresses the effects of drug addiction, was directed and co-written by Debra Granik. The film takes place in upstate New York and New York City. Down to the Bone is Granik's first feature film and was filmed in digital video. Debra Granik also directed the 2010 film Winter's Bone.

Actor Character
Vera Farmiga Irene
Hugh Dillon Bob
Clint Jordon Steve
Caridad De La Luz Lucy
Jasper Daniels Ben
Taylor Foxhall Jason
Giles Penderghast Pet Store Clerk
Terry McKenna Gene
Rickard Lieske Richard
Hector Vasquez Hector
Joel Saeks Lars
Lori Berryman Acupuncture Therapist
Walt Bolde Wait
Edward Crawford Kevin

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