Regarding Henry

Director:   Mike Nichols
Year:   1991
Language:   English
Time:   108 minutes

This film concludes our spring mind and memory theme. Harrison Ford plays a lawyer who survives a shooting but loses his speech, mobility and memory. His struggle to regain his self in mind and body with the help of wife (Annette Bening) and family produces some surprising results.

While Harrison Ford had been a major film star for almost 15 years, this film was only Annette Bening's third starring role and won her Newcomer of the Year award from the London Critics Circle.

Rated PG-13.

Post-film discussion led by Elliot Kirschbaum

Links

About the director Mike Nichols

About the film career of Harrison Ford

About the film career of Annette Bening