Cast (in credits order)
Lou Taylor Pucci .... Justin Cobb
Tilda Swinton .... Audrey Cobb
Vincent D'Onofrio .... Mike Cobb
Kelli Garner .... Rebecca
Keanu Reeves .... Dr. Perry Lyman
Vince Vaughn .... Mr. Geary
Benjamin Bratt .... Matt Schraam
Chase Offerle .... Joel Cobb
Sarah Iverson .... Rene
Sarah Bing .... Sasha
Kit Koenig .... Mrs. Wood
Robert Blanche .... Matt Schraam's partner
Mason Bromberg .... 4-year-old Justin
Olivia D. Brown .... Ashley
Caro Caccietta .... Extra at debate
Patrick Chu .... Weak Debater
Rose Colasanti .... Mailboxes Etc. Employee
Garrett Courtney .... Third Debater
Colton Vaughan Evans .... 10-year-old Justin
Chet Gainer .... Debate Judge
Tyler Gannon .... Sarah
Holly Hargrave .... Seminar Businessperson
Kat Hargrave .... Race Enthusiast with Backpack
Sherilyn Lawson .... Bobby Blount's Mother
Phaedra .... Beautiful Brunette
Charles Alan Query .... Debate Coach
Mahdad Rezaiyan .... Mark
Robert J. Stephenson .... Debate Judge (as Bob Stephenson)

Directed by Mike Mills

Writing credits (in alphabetical order)
Walter Kirn novel
Mike Mills

Produced by
Anthony Bregman .... producer
Anne Carey .... producer
Callum Greene .... line producer
Ted Hope .... executive producer
Cathy Schulman .... executive producer
Jay Shapiro .... producer
Robert J. Stephenson .... producer (as Bob Stephenson)
Tilda Swinton .... co-executive producer
Bob Yari .... executive producer

Original Music by
Tim DeLaughter
 

Release Date: September 16, 2005 (NY, LA)
Studio: Sony Pictures Classics

Director: Mike Mills
Screenwriter:
Mike Mills
Starring: Lou Pucci, Tilda Swinton, Vince Vaughn, Vincent D'Onofrio, Keanu Reeves, Benjamin Bratt, Kelli Garner, Chase Offerle
Genre: Comedy, Drama
MPAA Rating: R (for drug/ alcohol use and sexuality involving teens, language and a disturbing image)
Official Website:
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