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Not Fade Away

In 1960s New Jersey, Doug (John Magaro) drops out of college to devote his energies to the rock band he founded in high school, much to the chagrin of his father (James Gandolfini) . When Gene (Jack Huston), the band's lead singer, has a mishap that temporarily knocks him out as frontman, Doug takes over. The band's new sound is a hit with the crowd, leading to Gene's ever-increasing resentment. Meanwhile, Wells (Will Brill), another bandmate, struggles with the group's reach for fame.
 
  • Genres: Drama
  • Running Time: 112 minutes
  • Release Date: Friday, December 21, 2012
  • Country: United States
  • Language: English
  • MPAA Rating: R [ Pervasive Language, Sexual Content, Some Drug Use ]
  • Starring: John Magaro [Doug], James Gandolfini [Pat], Bella Heathcote [Grace], Jack Huston [Eugene], Will Brill [Wells], Dominique McElligott [Joy], Molly Price [Antoinette], Isiah Whitlock Jr. [Landers], Brahm Vaccarella [Joe Patuto], Meg Guzulescu [Evelyn], Lisa Lampanelli [Aunt Josie], Gregory Perri [Skip], Christopher McDonald [Jack], Brad Garrett [Jerry], Gerard Canonico [Schindewulf], F. Haynie [The Bloat], Chris Bannow [Dave Smith], Louis Mustillo [Uncle Johnny]
  • Directed by: David Chase [Director], David Chase [Screenwriter], Mark Johnson [Producer], David Chase [Producer], Steven Rales [Executive Producer], Mark Roybal [Executive Producer], Steven Van Zandt [Executive Producer], Kerry Orent [Executive Producer], Eigil Bryld [Cinematographer], Ford Wheeler [Production Design], Sidney Wolinsky [Film Editor], Catherine Thomas [Costume Designer], Henry Dunn [Art Director], Cecele Stefano [Art Director], Cherish Hale [Set Decoration], Kimberly Merlin [Set Decoration]
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