Song One
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Song One opens with 20-ish musician Henry (Ben Rosenfield) busking in a New York City subway station. Moments later, he's hit by a cab. Across the world in Morocco, his older sister, Franny (Anne Hathaway), is doing research for her Ph.D. in anthropology. When her mother (Mary Steenburgen) calls with the awful news -- Henry's been in an accident and is now in a coma -- Franny returns home, distraught that she hadn't spoken to him in six months. She begins to obsessively look through Henry's things and discovers a concert ticket for that very night to see his favorite singer-songwriter, British indie rocker James Forester (Johnny Flynn, of the folk band Johnny Flynn & the Sussex Wit). After the concert, Franny tells James about her brother -- his No. 1 fan -- being in a coma, and gives him a CD of one of Henry's songs. The next day, James shows up at the hospital to see Henry (and Franny). Over the next few days, Franny and James fall for each other through a shared love of music.
Starring Anne Hathaway, Mary Steenburgen, Ben Rosenfield
Director Kate Barker-Froyland