Starring: Greg Kinnear, Renée Zellweger, Djimon Hounsou, Jon Voight, Olivia Holt, Stephanie Leigh Schlund
Drama directed by Michael Carney which tells the story of art dealer, Ron Hall (Greg Kinnear), as he struggles to keep his marriage together with his wife Deborah (Renée Zellweger). After Deborah dreams of a man that she is shocked to discover is a real man, Denver (Djimon Hounsou). Ron and Deborah befriend him despite the discrimination from the rest of the town, and it’s this relationship that changes all three for the better.
Best Quotes from Trailer:
Deborah Hall: I had another dream last night.
Ron Hall: Was it a good one or was it about me?
Deborah Hall: It was about a poor wise man who changes the city, and I saw his face.
Ron Hall: Debbie, I got a sales call at 6:30, I got to drop off contracts north of town.
Deborah Hall: No, you don’t.
[referring to the homeless shelter]
Ron Hall: Any infectious diseases floating around this place that I should know about?
Janet: [to Ron] Martin told me about your friend, if you don’t tell Debbie I will.
Ron Hall: We’ve been married nineteen years, we don’t share the same life, we don’t share anything!
Deborah Hall: You can leave. You choose.
[to Ron; after Denver smashes up the homeless shelter kitchen]
Deborah Hall: We have to talk to him. That’s the man from my dream.
Deborah Hall: What’s your name?
Denver: You don’t need to know my name.
Deborah Hall: Well I’d like to know your name.
Denver: Tell your woman to stop bothering me.
Ron Hall: You’d be doing me a big favor to just be nicer.
Denver: You want to be my friend?
Ron Hall: Uh-huh.
Denver: Well I’m going to have to think about that.
Ron Hall: Where are you from?
Denver: After ma died a man put me up in the new shed. He didn’t tell me I could earn some money and maybe even some respect.
Deborah Hall: Ron befriended a homeless man.
Earl Hall: Have you lost your mind? They’re looking for handouts instead of using their hands for work!
Denver: I can’t figure out why you would want to know me. I’ve done some bad things.
Deborah Hall: You’re not a bad man, and I’m glad we’re friends.
Deborah Hall: Very sexy what you did today.
Ron Hall: Hanging out with a homeless guy?
Deborah Hall: How was it?
Ron Hall: Actually it was kind of amazing.
Denver: Some things you need to know about Miss Debbie. She’s the only one to love you enough not to give up.
Denver: Whether we is rich or poor we’s all homeless just working our way back home.
Ron Hall: Denver changed everything.
Deborah Hall: Our lives together would never been this beautiful.
Hank: I along with the most of the other members have a problem with you bringing your friend around.
Ron Hall: You can tell him that yourself, he’s just standing right there.
Same Kind of Different as Me is set for release in the US February 3rd.