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The Hours


27 Dec 2002

1 hr 54 min


The time to hide is over. The time to regret is gone. The time to live is now.
The Hours is a melancholy tragedy based on the book by Virginia Woolf “Mrs. Dalloway” about three women doomed with depression. Director Stephaen Daldry timelessly presents the life and psychotic changes of the exceptional English author which Nichole Kidman won the Oscar for best actress.


Status: Released
Country: USA
Language: English
Awards: Won 1 Oscar. Another 55 wins & 90 nominations.
Budget: $25M


Ian MacNeil (Producer)
Robert Fox (Producer)
Scott Rudin (Producer)
Mark Huffam (Producer · Executive Producer)




Nicole Kidman (as Virginia Woolf)
Julianne Moore (as Laura Brown)
Meryl Streep (as Clarissa Vaughan)
Stephen Dillane (as Leonard Woolf)
Miranda Richardson (as Vanessa Bell)
George Loftus (as Quentin Bell)
Charley Ramm (as Julian Bell)
Sophie Wyburd (as Angelica Bell)
Lyndsey Marshal (as Lottie Hope)
Linda Bassett (as Nelly Boxall)
Christian Coulson (as Ralph Partridge)
Michael Culkin (as Doctor)
John C. Reilly (as Dan Brown)
Jack Rovello (as Richie)
Toni Collette (as Kitty)
Ed Harris (as Richard Brown)
Allison Janney (as Sally Lester)
Claire Danes (as Julia Vaughan)
Jeff Daniels (as Louis Waters)