On the surface, Bozeman is a movie about Montana. But like most great movies, it’s really not about one thing. Bozeman is about family and fathers and daughters and friends and whiskey and haystacks and betrayal. 

It’s about how we meet people we don’t know we need until they show up in our lives. 

And it’s about waking up to find out that your life was leading you somewhere all along you just didn’t know it yet.”

“That’s the gist of Bozeman, ” said Dreyfuss, who plays Charlie Hobbs, a screenwriter who hires a ranch hand (Jonas Chernick) to help him pen the final chapter of his life. 

You can call it a movie about Montana or motherhood or how fathers and daughters do not always understand one another. Or you can just call it a great cinema.”

Bozeman is not clich‹d. It’s about something deeper than that,” said Williams, who wrote the screenplay based on his own short story. “

I wanted to tell a story that had everything that I see in life right now, but was also about friendship and fathers and daughters. 

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Tonight, audiences will see Richard Dreyfuss in the upcoming dark comedy “Bozeman.” The film set to release on September 20 tells the story of Lane Meyer (Richard Dreyfuss), a retired advertising executive who returns home to Montana to care for his terminally ill son. 

Just when Lane thinks he’s found peace in Montana, strange events shine light on what used to be a small town with a secret history.”

1.”Bozeman” is directed by Jerry K. Williams.

“Bozeman” is Richard Dreyfuss’ second film to premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival this year. It also stars Mary-Louise Parker, David Caruso, Dabney Coleman and Mario Bello.

On September 23, 1969 Richard Dreyfuss began his acting career on the daytime drama “All My Children” where he portrayed Dr. Noah Davis. He left the show in July 1975.

2.Richard Dreyfuss has been nominated for an Oscar once.

He won an Emmy Award, A Golden Globe Award, a Screen Actor’s Guild Award, a People’s Choice Award and a Grammy.

Among his film credits are “Jaws,” “Close Encounters of the Third Kind,” “American Graffiti,” “The Goodbye Girl,” “Who Is Harry Kellerman and Why Is He Saying Those Terrible Things About Me?”, “Mr. Holland’s Opus” and

3.”Bozeman” also stars David Caruso.

Dabney Coleman is from Grove City, Pennsylvania. He graduated from Grove City College in 1960, where he majored in Speech and Drama. After college, Dabney moved to New York. 

He made his Broadway debut with the play “Witches of Eastwick” for which he was nominated for a Tony Award. His film credits include “Tootsie,” “9 to 5,” and “Oh God!”.

4.”Bozeman” was released on September 20th, 2015 by Freestyle Releasing. 

It also premiered at the Toronto Film Festival on September 11th, 2015 and premiered at the Gala Presentation of the Telluride Film Festival on September 4th, 2015. Polyband is handling international sales and acquisitions for the film.

The film opens with a scene in which Booth Meyer (Richard Dreyfuss) returns home to Montana to care for his terminally ill son, Lane Meyer. 

Just when Lane thinks he’s found peace in Montana, strange events shine light on what used to be a small town with a secret history.”

5.”Bozeman” is being distributed by Freestyle Releasing. 

This is also Richard Dreyfuss’ second film to premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival this year. It also stars Mary-Louise Parker, David Caruso, Dabney Coleman and Mario Bello. “Bozeman” hits theaters on September 20th, 2015 by Freestyle Releasing.

“Bozeman” is an oddball comedy about aging, abandonment, and fatherhood. Richard Dreyfuss plays the recently retired head of the creative department for an advertising agency who returns to Bozeman to take on a new role as full-time dad to his terminal cancer-stricken son Lane Meyer (Aidan Gould). 

When Lane meets Angela (Mary Louise Parker), who works at a local club called “The Raunch” he falls for her but his dad is more interested in Bozeman’s dark history dating back to the late 19th century.

6.”Bozeman” was written by Richard Dreyfuss’ wife Michele Lee Dreyfuss.

Richard Dreyfuss’ other directing credits include “Jaws” (1977), “Close Encounters of the Third Kind” (1977), “American Graffiti” (1973), “Who Is Harry Kellerman and Why Is He Saying Those Terrible Things About Me?” (1972) and “Oh God!” (1976).

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