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Alexander Payne's seriocomic THE DESCENDANTS, an adaptation of the novel by Kaui Hart Hemmings, stars George Clooney as Matt King, a middle-age Hawaiian who runs a trust responsible for millions of dollars worth of untouched real estate that has been passed down to him and various cousins. He is preparing to sell the area, and make millions for everyone in the trust, when his wife suffers severe head trauma during a boat race. As he attempts to get her affairs in order, he learns that she had been having an affair. With his two daughters in tow, along with his oldest daughter's doofus boyfriend, Matt sets off to confront the man who made him a cuckold. Beau Bridges, Judy Greer, and Robert Forster co-star. THE DESCENDANTS screened at the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival. Designer/Director Of Photography/Director - Designer/Director Of Photography/Director - Director/Screenwriter - First Assistant Director Jr.

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Reviews: 'Alexander Payne has made his best film yet with THE DESCENDANTS.George Clooney is in very top form in a film that will connect with any audience looking for a genuine human story.' - Hollywood Reporter 5 stars out of 5 -- '[W]riter/director Alexander Payne returns in top form with this extraordinary dramedy.George Clooney has never been better.' - Box Office '[A]n exceptionally smart and enjoyable comedy.'