2011 - ENGLISH - MOVIE
Rabbit Hole examines the challenges of maintaining Emirati identity in the face of the top-to-bottom process of globalization. It problematizes the way in which many young Arabs increasingly get alienated from their own culture, and charts some of the reasons that contribute to this cultural alienation. Written by Anonymous Rabbit Hole is a 2011 American English-language Documentary Fantasy film starring Nicole Kidman, Aaron Eckhart, Dianne Wiest, Miles Teller, Tammy Blanchard, Sandra Oh and Shahin Yazdani. The movie is inspired from Rabbit Hole by David Lindsay-Abaire. Blossom Films in association with OddLot Entertainment. were the production houses involved in the project along with executive producer(s) Nicole Kidman, Leslie Urdang, Gigi Pritzker, Per Saari and Dean Vanech. The movie is directed by John Cameron Mitchell. Lionsgate acquired the distribution rights for the film. Rabbit Hole was released on 28th January 2011 and takes a screen time of 91 minutes. Rabbit Hole was made on a budget of $5 million and it was a hit at box office gross of $5 million. The screenplay for the movie was written by David Lindsay-Abaire. Cinematography was done by Frank G. DeMarco and editing by Joe Klotz. The music was composed by Anton Sanko.