The Resource The soloist
- The soloist
- Statement of responsibility
- DreamWorks Pictures and Universal Pictures present in association with StudioCanal and Participant Media, a Krasnoff/Foster Entertainment production in association with Working Title Films ; produced by Gary Foster, Russ Krasnoff ; screenplay by Susannah Grant ; directed by Joe Wright
- Title variation
- Jamie Foxx : The soloist
- Krasnoff/Foster Entertainment (Firm)
- Dreamworks Pictures.
- Wright, Joe, 1972-
- Marianelli, Dario.
- Studio Canal.
- Foster, Gary, 1961-
- Hamilton, Lisa Gay, 1964-
- Krasnoff, Russ.
- Working Title Films.
- Grant, Susannah.
- Participant Media.
- Keener, Catherine.
- Downey, Robert, 1965-
- Hollander, Tom, 1969-
- Universal Pictures (Firm)
- Foxx, Jamie.
- Paramount Home Entertainment (Firm)
- Musical films.
- Violoncellists -- California | Los Angeles -- Biography | Drama.
- Lopez, Steve -- Drama.
- African American homeless persons -- California | Los Angeles -- Drama.
- DVD recording for the hearing impaired.
- Journalists -- California | Los Angeles -- Biography | Drama.
- Skid row -- California | Los Angeles -- Drama.
- Feature films.
- Ayers, Nathaniel Anthony -- Drama.
- Fiction films.
- Biographical films.
- Schizophrenics -- California | Los Angeles -- Drama.
- In 2005, the only thing hurting Los Angeles Times columnist and recent bike accident victim Steve Lopez more than his banged-up face, was his pressing need for story ideas. He soon discovers Nathaniel Ayers, a skid row schizophrenic street musician, who possesses extraordinary talent - even though he only has half-broken instruments to play. Inspired by Nathaniel's story, Lopez writes an acclaimed series of articles about him and attempts to do more to help both him, and the rest of the underclass of L.A. have a better life. Lopez's good intentions run headlong into Nathaniel's personal demons and the larger issues of social injustice facing the homeless. Regardless, Lopez and Nathaniel find a way to conquer their deepest anxieties and frustrations
- Cataloging source
- Credits note
- Director of photography, Seamus McGarvey ; editor, Paul Tothill ; music, Dario Marianelli
- Dewey number
- Intended audience
- MPAA rating: PG-13; for thematic elements, some drug use and language
- Language note
- English, Spanish, or French dialogue with optional English, Spanish or French subtitles; closed-captioned
- LC call number
- LC item number
- .S65 2009
- Jamie Foxx, Robert Downey, Jr., Catherine Keener, Tom Hollander, Lisagay Hamilton
- Target audience
- live action
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