Snow Cake release date

2022-03-22 08:01
Hongkong
Hong Kong
April 19, 2006. (Hong Kong International Film Festival)
America
USA
May 4, 2006. (Tribeca Film Festival)
America
USA
June 1, 2006. (Seattle International Film Festival)
China
China
June 18, 2006. Shanghai International Film Festival (Shanghai International Film Festival)
UK
UK
August 15, 2006. (Edinburgh Film Festival)
UK
UK
September 8, 2006
Canada
Canada
September 14, 2006. (Toronto Film Festival)
Canada
Canada
September 17, 2006. (Wawa, Ontario)
Netherlands
Netherlands
September 20, 2006. (Film by the Sea Film Festival)
Sweden
Sweden
September 29, 2006
France
France
October 5, 2006. (Dinard Festival of British Cinema)
Germany
Germany
November 2, 2006
Argentina
Argentina
November 30, 2006
Netherlands
Netherlands
December 21, 2006
Singapore
Singapore
December 21, 2006
France
France
January 31, 2007
Finland
Finland
February 23, 2007. (DVD premiere)
Belgium
Belgium
March 14, 2007
America
USA
April 25, 2007. (limited)
The 56th Berlin International Film Festival entries
Premiere on 9 February 2006 at 19:45
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Extended Reading
  • Clara 2022-03-22 09:03:03

    It's hard to imagine the intrepid Sigourney Weaver in Alien playing an autistic person, and it's familiar with the humorous qualities Alan Rickman displays. The story of the film begins with an accidental car accident and continues with an unbearable guilt, showing a natural family dependence and excavating a kindness and warmth in the heart. The rhythm is slightly slower, suitable for meditation, and brings you a sense of beauty and indifference.

  • Green 2022-03-22 09:03:03

    The subject matter is ok, and the actors are selected correctly, but unfortunately the rhythm of the movie is not well grasped. The director wants to complete a redemption story that develops naturally, but it will not work without enough talent. Plus Sigourney Weaver is amazing!

Snow Cake quotes

  • Linda Freeman: He stops for one second and he's totally overwhelmed by how big the world is and how small and unimportant he is. And as he turns around, we see his face look to the sky. And he says, very quietly, so that no one can hear him: "Dazlious".

  • Linda Freeman: I know what Vivienne would want, she would want to be alive.

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