Based on the Richard Russo's novel, NOBODY'S FOOL is a movie written and directed by Robert Benton in 1994. The picture earned two nominations for the Academy Awards and Paul Newman won the Silver Bear at the Berlin Film Festival.
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In this small town of the state of New-York, Sully lives a quiet life among his friends, masculine and feminine. His life will be a little bit disturbed when Peter, his only son, whom he hasn't seen very much since his divorce arrives at Sully's ex-wife home with his two children. Little by little, Sully tries to make peace with his son and gets acquainted with the idea of being a grandfather.
The review of this Movie prepared by Daniel Staebler