Academy Award winners Robert Duvall and Sissy Spacek discuss their new movie, "Get Low," about a cantankerous recluse who stages his own memorial service while he’s still alive, so he can find out what everyone says about him. The two actors talk about the unexpected parallels of their lives and careers, and about working together for the first time on this film. “Get Low” opens Friday, July 30, at Lincoln Plaza cinemas and the Regal Union Square Theater.
Today, a new drama called "Get Low" hits theatres. It's about a rural southern man who’s chosen to live as a hermit for several decades, and then comes out of the woodwork to throw himself a funeral party while he's still alive. Robert Duvall plays the hermit; Sissy Spacek plays a woman from his past. Bill Murray plays the funeral director who makes it all possible.