Decoding Annie Parker


Action / Drama

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 58%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 42%
IMDb Rating 6.3 10 2575


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Alice Eve as Louise
Aaron Paul as Paul
Maggie Grace as Sarah
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757.31 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 31 min
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23.976 fps
1hr 31 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by soundsound-725-297679 10 / 10

Decoding Annie Parker Wins Top 5 at SIFF and Samantha Morton Wins Best Actress

I recently had the opportunity of seeing Decoding Annie Parker at a charity benefit screening. It's a heart felt, inspirational movie about the journey of a cancer survivor and the scientist who discovered the gene mutation responsible for hereditary breast cancer. (The same gene mutation Angelina Jolie has). A tough subject handled deftly by the film maker. The story is an accurate and truthful depiction of a cancer patient's journey and had the audience both laughing and crying and eventually left them feeling uplifted and hopeful. No melodrama here. The acting performances were superb especially those of Samantha Morton who plays the cancer survivor and Aaron Paul who plays her husband. Helen Hunt was as always terrific. Rashida Jones was great too. Kudos to the film makers for making a movie on this subject which has unfortunately effected too many families.

Reviewed by carolynrodneyhome 10 / 10

An Impressive Feature Debut!

Director Steven Bernstein's feature debut, which he co-wrote with his son Adam Bernstein and physician Dr. Michael Moss, is based on two true stories and weaves together the fifteen year journeys of two women both struggling to overcome insuperable odds. Annie Parker (Samantha Morton) is on intimate terms with breast cancer, having watched both her mother and sister succumb to it. When she herself is diagnosed with the cruel disease, she bravely struggles to hold herself and her family together, displaying a force of will that contradicts the odds. Meanwhile, geneticist Dr. Mary-Claire King (Helen Hunt) is researching the hereditary link between DNA and breast cancer, a process that finds her scrambling for both funding and the support of her disbelieving colleagues. How the paths of these two women intersect is funny, irreverent, and heartwarming without sentimentality or melodrama. Bernstein, both in his direction and writing, deftly balances the seriousness of the situation with the all too human response, finding unpredictable grace notes of beauty and wit during even the darkest of times. Featuring award worthy performances by Morton, Hunt, and an equally impressive supporting cast including Aaron Paul, Rashida Jones, Alice Eve, Bradley Whitford, and Maggie Grace, Bernstein's film pays tribute to one of the most important scientific discoveries of the 20th century as well as the people forever changed in its wake.

Reviewed by wifeofjon 9 / 10

Bravo to Bernstein who starts the important conversation about hereditary cancer with "Annie Parker".

Bravo to Steve Bernstein for making this important film that starts the conversation about hereditary cancer. Bernstein manages to weave the "remarkable" Annie Parker's personality and humor throughout this film of serious subject matter; ultimately providing bursts of laughter just when you are thinking you might need to reach for that huge handkerchief to wipe your tears. "A" rated performances from Samantha Morton (Annie) and Aaron Paul. Rashida Jones shines brightly in her supporting role. Heartfelt, humorous, and will go home thinking about your family and family history. Knowing it is a true story, you will find yourself thinking about the "real" Annie Parker and her incredible spirit--at the very least, for the rest of your week.

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