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Termini Station (1989)

Award-winning actress Coleen Dewhurst is Molly Dushane, a hard-drinking, hard-living woman desperate for one last fling at life. Megan Follows is her daughter Micheline, an angry, ... See full summary »

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6 nominations. See more awards »
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Micheline Dushane
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Valerie Dean
Hanna Lee ...
Nellie Wong
Elliott Smith ...
Delaney
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Liz Dunshane
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Molly Dushane
Heather Smith ...
Mona (Soap Opera)
Laurie Waller-Benson ...
Vicky (Soap Opera)
John Dolan ...
Libby
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Harvey Dunshane
Leon Pownall ...
Charles Marshall
Judy Marshak ...
Betty Marshall
Paul Silver ...
Mr. Stein
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Duke
Wayne Taylor ...
Hunter
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Award-winning actress Coleen Dewhurst is Molly Dushane, a hard-drinking, hard-living woman desperate for one last fling at life. Megan Follows is her daughter Micheline, an angry, passionate girl who's convinced there must be a living, breathing world somewhere outside the city limits of her sleepy hometown. Written by Thomas Gaukel <thomas_gaukel@compuserve.com>

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A matter of life and love.

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Drama

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Rated R for language. | See all certifications »
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21 August 1989 (Canada)  »

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Pääteasema  »

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The car Megan Follows drives is a 1960 Chrysler Desoto, previously owned by Randall Clements of Columbus Ontario See more »

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A Gritty and Depressing Drama
16 November 2011 | by See all my reviews

I watched this once several years ago. It was interesting to see Dewhurst and Follows acting together in something other than the cherry blossomed "Anne of Green Gables". Dewhurst is holed up in her room throughout most of the film and is sometimes seen crawling around the floor looking for another full liquor bottle - she usually finds one. Follows acts too angry and sullen most of the time and lashes out too much at everything and everyone around her. Her dream of 'escaping-small- town-life' is a tiring cliché seen many times before in films that are set in rural areas.

A good film, but these two have fared better in "Anne Of Green Gables" instead of this depressing, modern day gritty drama. It was a good effort, but unremarkable.


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