Five (film)

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German title Five
Original title Five
Country of production United States
original language English
Publishing year 2011
length 87 minutes
Director Jennifer Aniston ,
Patty Jenkins ,
Alicia Keys ,
Demi Moore ,
Penelope Spheeris
script Stephen Godchaux ,
Jill Gordon ,
Marta Kauffman ,
Howard J. Morris
Deirdre O'Connor ,
Wendy West
production Nellie Nugiel
music Lorne Balfe
camera Eric Alan Edwards ,
Guy Livneh ,
Jim Orr ,
Christopher Popp ,
Tami Reiker
cut Zene Baker
Adrienne Gits ,
Lynzee Klingman ,
Byron Smith ,
Tom Wilson

Five is a Episodes - TV movie from 2011 , consisting of five short films . It is about the impact of being diagnosed with breast cancer on the lives of those affected. The figure of Dr. Pearl Jarent acts as a link between the individual episodes in which u. a. Directed by Jennifer Aniston , Alicia Keys and Demi Moore . The premiere was on October 10, 2011 on the cable channel Lifetime .


Dr. Pearl Jarent lost her mother to breast cancer as a child. 40 years later, as a doctor, she herself gives women the diagnosis of breast cancer. In different episodes the story of Jarent and the women Mia Knowles, Cheyanne, Charlotte and Lili is told how the illness changes their lives and their relationships.


The film is a project of the American television station Lifetime .


“Despite good intentions, the result [..] appears colorless and constructed. Conclusion: An important attempt that only moves parts. "

Web links

Individual evidence

  1., October 21, 2013
  2. Jump up ↑ Five episode drama on breast cancer. In: , accessed on October 20, 2013.