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Malachi's Cove (1973)

A tough young girl lives with her aging grandfather near a cove on the coast of Cornwall. She supports herself and him by gathering seaweed to sell as fertilizer. A cocky young neighboring boy decides to help her with the work.

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Polwarth
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Barty
Arthur English ...
Jack Combes
Alan Hockey ...
Dr. Petherick
David Howe ...
Jake Combes
Kennaley Hoyle ...
Matt Combes
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Mr. Eliot
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Mally's mother
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Malachi
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Mally
Linda Robson
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Mr. Gunliffe
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Mrs. Gunliffe
Peter Wyatt ...
Mr. Carew
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A tough young girl lives with her aging grandfather near a cove on the coast of Cornwall. She supports herself and him by gathering seaweed to sell as fertilizer. A cocky young neighboring boy decides to help her with the work.

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October 1973 (UK)  »

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beautiful movie
14 July 2006 | by (India) – See all my reviews

I saw this movie a couple of years ago.

It was beautifully shot.

I think it was somewhere in england.

It is a bittersweet movie about a girl who is ostracized by her village.

I just love the place where the movie was shot.

The actress who played the girl was great.

The following is taken from a website

**************** What a sweet story this was! And what a likable creature Mally, " ... wild- looking, almost unearthly creature, with wild-flowing, black, uncombed hair ...". It almost seems like she sprang fully formed from the earth, totally unaware of any vestiges of civilization, but yet with a native gentility. " ****************

I can't have put it better myself. :)


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