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International title Juno
Country Estados Unidos
Year 2007
Running time 96
Director Jason Reitman
Screenplay Diablo Cody
Film Editing Dana E. Glauberma
Photography Eric Steelberg
Music Kimya Dawson, Mateo Messina
Producer Mandate Pictures / Mr. Mudd
Fox Searchlight Pictures
10201 W. Pico Blvd., Bldg. 38
Los Angeles, CA 90035
Estados Unidos
T. 310-369-4402
F. 310-369-2359
Distribution Company Hispano Fox
Avda de Burgos, 8A - Planta 11
28036 Madrid
T. 34 91 343 46 40
F. 34 91 343 46 55
Synopsis Juno Macguff is 16 and according to the adults that surround her, she is too smart for her own good. And yes, she is certainly witty, cultured, sharp in her responses, sarcastic. That sarcasm is her own trench where to hide her fears and doubts. Her relationship with a classmate has just borne fruit: she is pregnant. He has little, if any, interest in the matter. Juno is alone with her problem, but she has made up her mind: she is having the baby and giving it away in adoption. Her father and stepmother agree. Now they have to find suitable foster parents. Mark and Vanessa are ideal. But Mark has too much in common with Juno, too many common interests and an understanding at first sight...
Director bio Jason Reitman (1977) is a Canadian-born actor, writer, producer and director. He grew up in Los Angeles where he majored in English and Creative Writing at the University of Southern California. He shot his first short feature at the age of nineteen, Operation, which was released at Sundance Film Festival, soon followed by a few more, among them In God We Trust (2001), which also took part in Sundance and earned numerous international awards. Thank You for Smoking, based on the novel by Christopher Buckley, was his feature debut and premiered at Sundance Film Festival in 2006. He has recently taken part in Toronto Film Festival with his latest work, Juno.