Released in 2010, Rabbit Hole is a drama movie featuring Nicole Kidman, Dianne Wiest, and Aaron Eckhart. The film is inspired on the novel written by David Lindsay with the same name. It was directed by John Cameron Mitchell and co-produced by Nicole Kidman. The film costed a production budget of $5 million and was able to recoup $5.1 million at the Box Office.
The plot starts with Becca and Howie Corbett, a couple who is currently grieving from the death of their 4 year old son after he was killed in a vehicle accident. Becca wishes to remove all valuables that belonged to Danny, sell the house, and buy a new one in order to forget the tragedy, but Howie is infuriated that his wife wants to dispose of anything that reminds them of their son.
Howie proposes to start being sexually active again and have another child, but Becca rejects the idea. Becca's mother distinguishes herself with Becca as she also lost a child because of drug abuse. Becca tells her that the two deaths are completely different, yet later realizes that the experience is similar and the pain will never go away.
Izzy, Becca's sister, is bearing a child, and Becca keeps giving her sister unsolicited advice regarding how to become a mother. Howie and Becca participate in a self-help group to lessen the pain and suffering of the death of their child, yet Becca becomes tedious by some of the members attending the sessions, especially by one couple who considers their child's death to be the will of God. As a result, Becca no longer attends the group meetings, but Howie continues to do so and nearly starts an affair with one of the members, Gabby. Howie, however, resists temptation.
In the end, Becca and Howie begin to engage in new activities like playing games and bowling while slowly accepting and recovering from their son's death.