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 SAME KIND OF DIFFERENT AS ME is based on the inspiring true story of international art dealer Ron Hall (Greg Kinnear), who befriends a homeless man (Djimon Hounsou) in hopes of saving his struggling marriage to Debbie (Renée Zellweger), a woman whose dreams will lead all three of them on the most remarkable journey of their lives. Jon Voight plays Hall's father, with whom he reconciles thanks to the revelations of his new life. Based on the New York Times bestseller.

Red Carpet Local Premieres: 
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
Release date: 
Friday, October 20, 2017

Same Kind of Different as Me book;
by Denver Moore; Ron Hall; Lynn Vincent

Ron Hall, Mary Parent, Darren Moorman,
Cale Boyter, Stephen D. Johnston

PureFlix & Paramount Pictures




"I deeply admire what Debbie, Ron, and Denver have been able to achieve on behalf of people in need. Their determination to make a difference has inspired people around the world to recognize in themselves an ability to implement invaluable changes through seemingly small kindnesses. I’m honored to share in telling Debbie’s story and to be part of this beautiful effort to perpetuate the legacy of her work."
—Renée Zellweger 

"It’s a rare opportunity for an actor to be blessed with a role so soulful. To embody Denver’s spirit was at once an emotional challenge and an extreme privilege, learning the story of a man who came from so little and gave so much. The givers truly are the gate-openers for the world. I hope that we all can find the best parts of Denver’s life and continue that work to benefit humanity."
— Djimon Hounsou 

"Homelessness is epidemic and anyone who fights the battle to help correct the problem deserves our respect and appreciation. Denver Moore and Ron Hall did more than most to try to shine a light on this plight and, in doing so, revealed that perhaps the most powerful tool in battling homelessness is to simply engage the people around us whose circumstances have left them with less. Working with an excellent cast and crew to help tell the story of Ron’s challenging personal journey was a creative joy."
—Greg Kinnear