Extraordinary Measures


"Harrison Ford just realised there was a camera man behind the bar!"

A drama centred in the effort of John and Aileen Crowley ( Brenden Fraser & Keri Russell) to find a cure for their children’s rare genetic disorder. Also starring Harrison Ford.

Trivia
• The real John Crowley has a cameo in the film as “Renzler Venture Capitialist #2”.
• This is Harrison Ford’s first film since Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi (1983) that has not had his name first in the credits.
• P. J. Byren who plays Dr. Preston, has a cousin in real life that is treating the Crowley children at St. peter’s University Hospital in New Jersey.

If you liked this you should see…
A Boy Called Dad (2009 – at macrobert Sat 5th & Sun 6th June)
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