“Rabbit Hole” is a drama film directed by John Cameron Mitchell, which was released in 2010. The film is based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning play of the same name by David Lindsay-Abaire and follows the story of Becca and Howie Corbett, a couple who are struggling to cope with the death of their young son.
The film explores the different ways that Becca and Howie try to deal with their grief and the impact that their son’s death has on their marriage and relationships with others. They attend group therapy sessions, try to reconnect with old friends, and face challenges from unexpected sources.
The film explores themes of loss, trauma, and the process of healing. It also examines the different ways that people deal with grief and how it can affect their relationships with others.
“Rabbit Hole” received critical acclaim, particularly for the performances of its lead actors, Nicole Kidman and Aaron Eckhart. The film was praised for its sensitive portrayal of grief and its exploration of the human condition. While it was not a commercial success, “Rabbit Hole” has gained a reputation as a powerful and moving drama that addresses difficult subject matter with nuance and depth.
Duration: 91 min.