Uncle Frank (2020) Full Movie

Uncle Frank
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Uncle Frank (2020) : In 1973, when Frank Bledsoe and his 18-year-old niece Beth take a road trip from Manhattan to Creekville, South Carolina for the family patriarch's funeral, they're unexpectedly joined by Frank's lover Walid.

Title Uncle Frank (2020)
Release Date Nov 25, 2020
Genres
Production Company Your Face Goes Here Entertainment, Miramax, COTA Films, Parts and Labor
Production Countries United States of America
Casts Paul Bettany, Sophia Lillis, Peter Macdissi, Steve Zahn, Judy Greer, Margo Martindale, Stephen Root, Lois Smith, Jane McNeill, Caity Brewer, Hannah Black
Plot Keywords new york city, life and death, funeral, road trip, alcoholism, male homosexuality, family, gay
Frank Bledsoe
Frank Bledsoe
Paul Bettany
Beth Bledsoe
Beth Bledsoe
Sophia Lillis
Walid
Walid "Wally"
Peter Macdissi
Mike Bledsoe
Mike Bledsoe
Steve Zahn
Kitty Bledsoe
Kitty Bledsoe
Judy Greer
Mammaw Bledsoe
Mammaw Bledsoe
Margo Martindale
Mac Bledsoe
Mac Bledsoe
Stephen Root
Aunt Butch
Aunt Butch
Lois Smith
Neva Bledsoe
Neva Bledsoe
Jane McNeill
Marsha
Marsha
Caity Brewer
Janis
Janis
Hannah Black
Bullet
Bullet
Michael Banks Repeta
Beau
Beau
Burgess Jenkins
Bruce
Bruce
Colton Ryan
Charlotte
Charlotte
Britt Rentschler
Bernard
Bernard
Christopher Speed
Young Frank
Young Frank
Cole Doman
Mechanic
Mechanic
Voltaire Colin Council

Reviews

  • Peter M

    We really enjoyed this Amazon Original movie. The nearly no-name ensemble acting cast did a credible job bringing their characters to life. I like how the father wasn’t reduced to a violent abusive monster, but rather was given a bit more depth, though still not close to a sympathetic character. The writing was good as far as it went. By that aim mean the plot seemed to rely somewhat on stereotypical views on gay people during the 70s, leading to cliche lines and situations. Mind you, the reason cliches develop is because they are based on common themes or events. There is a reveal looming over the story, but even if you think you see it coming, there is a twist that is rather neat. It is a nice story, a combination of coming of age and touching upon a social issue of the 70s.