Rabbit Hole is a 2010 film directed by John Cameron Mitchell and is based on the eponymous play with which David Lindsay-Abaire won the Pulitzer Prize. Lindsay-Abaire also wrote the subject of the film.
Plot: Becca (Nicole Kidman) and Howie Corbett (Aaron Eckhart) are a happily married couple whose perfect world changes when their son Danny (Phoenix List) falls victim to an accident. She, a former career woman transformed into a housewife, tries to redefine her existence in a surreal landscape of friends and family full of good intentions, until she finds comfort in a mysterious relationship with a young and restless comic artist, Jason (Miles Teller ). Meanwhile, Howie plunges into the past and seeks refuge in strangers who offer him what Becca is unable to give him. The Corbett (Aaron Eckhart), both adrift, will end up making dangerous decisions in choosing the path that will determine their destiny.
The film was presented in competition at the 2010 Rome International Film Festival and will be released in Italy in the first week of February 2011, for this interpretation Nicole Kidman obtained the 2011 Oscar nomination as best leading actress.