The Family Man
The Family Man is a 2000 American romantic comedy-drama film directed by Brett Ratner, written by David Diamond and David Weissman, and starring Nicolas Cage and Téa Leoni. Cage's production company, Saturn Films, helped produce the film. The film centers on a man who experiences what his life might have been if he had made a different decision earlier in his life.
Jack and Kate, who have been together since college, are at JFK Airport, where Jack is about to leave to take up a twelve-month internship with Barclays in London. Kate fears the separation will be detrimental to their relationship and asks him not to go, but he reassures her, saying their love is strong enough to last, and he flies out.
|contentLocation||New Jersey New York City|
|keywords||bachelor barclays bond chance meeting christmas eve claim convenience store corporate law drive falling in love family life ferrari fitting in fly happen jfk airport lottery ticket meet merger mergers and acquisitions move out new life talk tick wall street winning lottery young daughter young man|
|producer||Alan Riche Howard Rosenman Jeff Levine Marc Abraham Tony Ludwig|
|theme||romantic comedy romantic fantasy|