- 1 hr 42 min
Two Weeks is a comedy drama that was first released in 2006. The film follows four siblings who gather at their mother’s seaside home in order to be there for her passing. However, the passing of their mother takes much longer than any of them expect, and they end up spending two weeks together. The film centers on the adult children bonding after having spent most of their lives apart. The film also discusses the emotions associated with the passing of a parent that one was never close to. The film also deals with each one of the children’s problems with their work, family, and the way their relationship with their mother caused them to make important life decisions. Each one of the children manages to find forgiveness and learn the importance of being around their family that they previously neglected or hated. Two Weeks was written and directed by Steve Stockman. It features Sally Field, Ben Chaplin, and Julianne Nicholson.