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We Don't Belong Here is a american film of genre Drama with Catherine Keener

We Don't Belong Here

We Don't Belong Here
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OriginUSA
Genres Drama
Rating50% 2.5326452.5326452.5326452.5326452.532645

We Don't Belong Here, previously entitled The Greens Are Gone, is an upcoming American drama film directed and written by Peer Pedersen. The film stars Catherine Keener, Kaitlyn Dever, Anton Yelchin, Riley Keough, Annie Starke, Cary Elwes, and Maya Rudolph. Principal photography began on July 7, 2014 in Worcester, Massachusetts, and ended on July 24, 2014.

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Nancy Green (Catherine Keener) is the mother of a dysfunctional family. She is pushed to her limits after the disappearance of her son, Maxwell Green (Anton Yelchin).

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