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Eat Pray Love

Year:
Duration:
USA:133 min
Genres:
Drama | Romance
IMDB rate:
5.6
Director:
Ryan Murphy
Awards:
1 win & 2 nominations
Details
Country: USA
Release Date: 2010-08-13
Filming Locations: Bali, Indonesia
Earnings
Budget: $60,000,000
Opening Weekend: $23,104,523 (USA) (15 August 2010)
Gross: $80,574,010 (USA) (31 October 2010)
Cast
Actor
Character
Arlene Tur
Arlene Tur
Eat Pray Love
Julia Roberts
Liz Gilbert
I. Gusti Ayu Puspawati
Nyomo
Hadi Subiyanto
Ketut Liyer
Billy Crudup
Stephen
Viola Davis
Delia Shiraz
A. Jay Radcliff
Andre
Mike O'Malley
Andy Shiraz
Ashlie Atkinson
Bookstore Girl
James Franco
David Piccolo
Lisa Roberts Gillan
Woman in Play
Ryan O'Nan
Play Walk-Out
Gita Reddy
The Guru
Dwayne Clark
NYU Student Boyfriend
Jen Kwok
NYU Student Girlfriend (as Jennifer Kwok)
Mary Testa
Laundromat Gal
Elijah Tucker
Chant Leader
Karen Trindle
Chant Leader
Zachary Dunham
Chant Leader
Clair Oaks
Chant Leader
Ned Leavitt
Chant Leader
Lynn Margileth
Chant Leader
Welker White
Andrea Sherwood
José Ramón Rosario
Storage Building Guy (as Jose Ramon Rosario)
Lucia Guzzardi
Landlady
Tuva Novotny
Sofi
Luca Argentero
Giovanni
Silvano Rossi
Paolo the Barber
Giuseppe Gandini
Luca Spaghetti
Ludovica Virga
Arguing Fruit Customer
Marco Lastrucci
Arguing Fruit Customer
Elena Arvigo
Maria
Andrea Di Stefano
Giulio
Remo Remotti
Older Soccer Fan
Vanessa Marini
Clothing Store Salesgirl
Lidia Biondi
Ruffina
Emma Brunetti
Paola
Chiara Brunetti
Claudia
Ajay Bhandari
Liz's Bag Holder
Michael Cumpsty
Swami Dhavalachandra
Richard Jenkins
Richard from Texas
Sophie Thompson
Corella
Rushita Singh
Tulsi
Ritvik Tyagi
Madhu
Sd Pandey
Man in Temple
Anand Yeshwant Bapat
Indian Shop Salesman
Micky Dhamejani
Rijul
Peter Davis
Disc Jockey
Shona Benson
Sharon in Seva Office
Dean Allan Tolhurst
Balinese Realtor
Javier Bardem
Felipe
Christine Hakim
Wayan Nuriasih
Anakia Lapae
Tutti
David Lyons
Ian
T.J. Power
Leon
Richard V. Vogt
Man in Restaurant
Peter Arpesella
Voiceover Actor (uncredited)
Rich Campbell
Theatre Patron (uncredited)
Rahad Coulter-Stevenson
New York Bar Patron (uncredited)
Adriene Couvillion
Theatergoer (uncredited)
Roberto Di Palma
Large Man at Trattoria (uncredited)
Natalie Gal
NYU Student (uncredited)
Jian
(uncredited)
Kahlil Joseph
Villager (uncredited)
Kaidy Kuna
Voice Over Actor (uncredited)
Joe Lipari
Chanter (uncredited)
Alyxx Morgen
Catherine Gilbert Murdoch (uncredited)
Roger Narayan
Priest (uncredited)
James Schram
Lip-Synching Traveler (uncredited)
Elysia Segal
NYU Student (uncredited)
Robb Selander
Chanter (uncredited)
Tomasz Smolarski
Meditator (uncredited)
Paul Thornton
Theatergoer (uncredited)
Uzimann
Airline Traveler (uncredited)
Alexander Yassin
Balinese Fruit Seller (uncredited)
Did you know?
Trivia
"Samba Da Bencao" by Bebel Gilberto, featured during the Bali sequence of the film, also appeared in Closer (2004), another film featuring Julia Roberts.
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Julia Roberts invited her friend Garry Marshall to direct the film, but Marshall declined because he was unwilling to travel outside America to the locations where the film takes place. However, during the meet Marshall offered Roberts a role in Valentine's Day (2010) (on which he was working), which she accepted. This, in turn, allowed Ryan Murphy to step in as director.
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A casting associate saw Joe Lipari do a set about teaching yoga at Gotham Comedy Club and asked if he'd be interested in being involved in the movie's yoga scenes. The scenes were cut from the final film.
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Goofs
When Liz is standing at the storage place and her lawyer calls her, she reaches for the cell phone in her pocket before it actually starts ringing.
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When Liz is writing her farewell e-mail to David, the words of her voice-over and the text on her computer screen say different things.
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Ketut, who is supposed to be Balinese, chants in Javanese while healing the crying toddler.
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Quotes
Liz Gilbert: In the end, I've come to believe in something I call "The Physics of the Quest." A force in nature governed by laws as real as the laws of gravity. The rule of Quest Physics goes something like this: If you're brave enough to leave behind everything familiar and comforting, which can be anything from your house to bitter, old resentments, and set out on a truth-seeking journey, either externally or internally, and if you are truly willing to regard everything that happens to you on that journey as a clue and if you accept everyone you meet along the way as a teacher and if you are prepared, most of all, to face and forgive some very difficult realities about yourself, then the truth will not be withheld from you.
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Ketut Liyer: Sometimes to lose balance for love is part of living a balanced life.
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Liz Gilbert: I did love you, Stephen.
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Faq
Q
What are the differences between the Theatrical Version and the Director's Cut?
A
The Director's Cut is about five minutes longer than the Theatrical Version and features five new scenes, for example a new scene with an argument between Liz and David, which motivates their break up later and another scenes deepens the figure of Delia, but generally these new scenes aren't that interesting. One could say, they only speak out what has so far left unsaid. Since both versions are on the same DVD/BluRay there's no need to decide which version to buy. A detailed comparison between both versions with pictures can be found here.
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Photos from cast
Arlene Tur