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Nobody's Fool is a 1994 comedy-drama film based on the 1993 novel of the same name by Richard Russo. It stars Paul Newman, Jessica Tandy, Bruce Willis, Melanie Griffith, Dylan Walsh, Pruitt Taylor Vince, Gene Saks, Josef Sommer, Philip Seymour Hoffman and Philip Bosco.

The movie was adapted and directed by Robert Benton from the novel by Russo.

It was nominated for Academy Awards for Best Actor in a Leading Role (Paul Newman) and Best Writing, Screenplay Based on Material from Another Medium.

It was one of Jessica Tandy's final films.

The movie was filmed in the Upstate New York locations of Beaconmarker, Fishkillmarker, Poughkeepsiemarker, and Hudsonmarker.

The setting for both the book and movie, the upstate New York village of North Bath, is based on the village of Ballston Spa, in Saratoga Countymarker.

Plot summary

Donald "Sully" Sullivan (played by Newman) is something of an oddball in the small village of North Bath, New York. He free-lances in the construction business, often at odds with Carl Roebuck (Willis), a local businessman whose wife Toby (Griffith) he openly flirts with at every opportunity.

Sully is a tenant in the home of Miss Beryl (Tandy), whose son strongly urges her to kick the boarder out. Family complications of his own develop for Sully with a visit in town from Peter, his estranged son (Walsh). While they reconstruct their relationship, Sully strikes up a new one with his young grandson.

Jailed for punching a police officer (Hoffman) who has been persecuting him, Sully's luck seems to be all bad. But in turn his son and grandson warm up to him, his trifecta hits and even the lovely Toby expresses a willingness to leave Carl and run away with him.

In the end, Sully is pretty much back where he began, boarding at Miss Beryl's, but this time the picture of contentment.


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