Seize the Day

(1986)
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Tommy Wilhelm (Robin Williams) is a salesman. An honest, hard-working guy who has lost his job, his girlfriend, and left part of his sanity behind as he heads to New York to pick up the pieces of his life. He's always been able to sell, but caught in a downward spiral, he must, in addition, face the father who never really understood him, while trying to balance his newly precarious existence.

  1. Fielder Cook

    Director

  2. Ronald Ribman

    Writer

  3. Saul Bellow

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Robin Williams

    Robin Williams

    Tommy Wilhelm

  2. Richard B. Shull

    Richard B. Shull

    Rojax

  3. David Bickford

    David Bickford

    Son-in-Law

  4. Glenne Headly

    Glenne Headly

    Olive

  5. Jerry Stiller

    Jerry Stiller

    Dr. Tamkin

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Seize the Day

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  • September 9, 1986
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 33m

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