Wish You Well (film)

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Wish You Well is a 2013 theatrical family film directed by Darnell Martin, written by David Baldacci from his 2001 novel of the same name, and starring Mackenzie Foy, Josh Lucas and Ellen Burstyn. The movie is set in rural Virginia during the 1940s. Foy and Burstyn, who play great-granddaughter and great-grandmother in this film, both portrayed "Murph" Cooper at radically different ages in Interstellar the following year. The supporting cast features Ned Bellamy and Laura Fraser, the cinematographer was Frank Prinzi, and the music was by Paul Cantelon. The film was shot in Giles County, Virginia, near the southeastern border of West Virginia.

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