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Fragments (Film)

Official movie poster
Directed by Rowan Woods
Produced by Robert Salerno
Written by Roy Freirich
Starring Dakota Fanning
Forest Whitaker
Guy Pearce
Kate Beckinsale
Josh Hutcherson
Jennifer Hudson
Cinematography Eric Alan Edwards
Editing by Meg Reticker
Distributed by Columbia Pictures
Release date(s) June 24, 2008 (Los Angeles Film Festival)
August 4, 2009 (DVD)
Language English

Fragments (a.k.a. Winged Creatures) is a 2008 film adaptation of Roy Freirich's novel Winged Creatures. It stars Kate Beckinsale, Dakota Fanning, Josh Hutcherson, Guy Pearce, Forest Whitaker, Jennifer Hudson, Jackie Earle Haley, Jeanne Tripplehorn and Embeth Davidtz. It was released on DVD by Peace Arch Entertainment in the US on August 4, 2009, as Fragments.

Plot

While in a restaurant, Carla Davenport, the restaurant cashier; Charlie Archenault, a driving-school teacher; Bruce Laraby, an emergency room physician; Anne Hagen, her father, and her best friends Jimmy Jasperson and Alicia Summers suddenly hear gun shots. Anne, her father, Alicia and Jimmy retreat under a table as a suicidal gunman shoots several people (including Anne's father) and then himself. The film shows the aftermath as these six traumatized people struggle to regain their trust in the ordinary world.

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Template:Infobox Film Winged Creatures is a 2009 film adaptation of Roy Freirich's novel of the same name. starring Kate Beckinsale, Dakota Fanning, Josh Hutcherson, Guy Pearce, Forest Whitaker, Jennifer Hudson, Jackie Earle Haley, Jeanne Tripplehorn, and Embeth Davidtz.

Plot

While in a restaurant, Carla Davenport (Kate Beckinsale), Charlie Archenault (Forest Whitaker), Bruce Laraby (Guy Pearce), Annie Hagen (Dakota Fanning) and her best friends Jimmy Jasperson (Josh Hutcherson) and Sara Wallace (Alyson Stoner) suddenly hear gunshots. Annie's father, Annie, Jimmy and Sara retreat under a table to watch a suicidal gunman shoot several people (including Annie's father) and then himself. This is what causes the trauma among the six that survived the murder. Struggling to understand her father's death, Annie forms some sort of religious hysteria. Jimmy becomes mute, protecting a secret that he and Annie share until it nearly destroys him and his already fractured family. Sara's family suffers from debt and Sara is forced to leave her private school. Sara falls in love with Jimmy and continues to try to make him talk. Sara begins a dislike to Annie because of the secret she and Jimmy share. Charlie, a driving-school teacher who was grazed by a bullet, attempts to make his incredible luck work for him at the casino. Carla, the restaurant cashier, loses her ability to take care of herself and her infant son. (Ron Abler), who is a psychologist, attempts to help the survivors but is met with suspicion and little response from any of them as he is a baby. Dr. Laraby (Guy Pearce), an ER physician who failed to save two of the shooting victims, turns to his wife as someone to 'save.' Charlie's daughter, Kathy (Jennifer Hudson) also has to develop a stronger relationship with her father in an effort to save him. The movie follows these six traumatized people as they struggle to regain their trust in the ordinary world.

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