Game 6 (stylized as Game6) is a 2005 American film directed by Michael Hoffman, first presented at the Sundance Film Festival, released in the United States in 2006, and starring Michael Keaton. It follows a fictional playwright, Nicky Rogan, on the day he has a new stage play opening which is also the same day as the sixth game of the 1986 World Series is played.
- When the Mets lose, they just lose. It's a flat feeling. But the Red Sox - here we have a rich history of interesting ways to lose a crucial game. Defeats that keep you awake, that pound in your head like the hammer of fate. You can analyse a Red Sox defeat day and night for a month and still uncover layers of complex feelings. Feelings you didn't know you were capable of. The pain is a memory all of it's own.
- Where were *you* on that night?
- It's opening night... Let the games begin!
- Michael Keaton - Nicky Rogan
- Robert Downey Jr. - Steven Schwimmer
- Ari Graynor - Laurel Rogan
- Bebe Neuwirth - Joanna Bourne
- Griffin Dunne - Elliott Litvak
- Shalom Harlow - Paisley Porter
- Nadia Dajani - Renee Simons
- Harris Yulin - Peter Redmond
- Roger Rees - Jack Haskins
- Tom Aldredge - Michael Rogan
- Lillias White - Toyota Moseby
- Amir Ali Said - Matthew
- Catherine O'Hara - Lillian Rogan
- Rock Kohli - Ramaswamy Choudhry
- John Tormey - George, Georgie, Giorgio
- Harry Bugin - Dodgie
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