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Blessed Stranger: After Flight 111 (2000)

The mother of one of the victims of the crash of Swissair flight 111 meets, in Nova Scotia, with one of the fishermen who assisted with the rescue mission.

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David Wellington

Writer:

Michael Amo
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Kate Nelligan ... Kate O'Rourke
Hugh Thompson ... Everett Barkhouse
Stacy Smith ... Sandy Martel (as Stacey Smith)
Janet Kidder ... Cheryl Barkhouse
Kristin Booth ... Emma O'Rourke
Peter MacNeill ... Earl Barkhouse
Martha Irving Martha Irving ... Donna Rafuse
Gary Levert Gary Levert ... Vern Rafuse
Gerard Parkes ... Bruno Mettler
Shaun Johnston ... Wendell Gillis
Mauralea Austin Mauralea Austin ... Brenda Gillis
Bill MacDonald Bill MacDonald ... Elliot
Kathryn MacLellan ... Renee
Jeremy Akerman ... Dr. Butt
Adrien Dixon Adrien Dixon ... Davey Barkhouse (as Adrian Dixon)
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The mother of one of the victims of the crash of Swissair flight 111 meets, in Nova Scotia, with one of the fishermen who assisted with the rescue mission.

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Drama

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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

17 October 2000 (Canada) See more »

Also Known As:

A Tragédia do Vôo 111 See more »

Filming Locations:

Prospect, Nova Scotia, Canada

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Kate O'Rourke: Just forget it. God, I hate this place. I hate all this weeping, the sad smiles, everybody standing around trying to pretend there's some meaning in any of this. This is bullshit.
Sandy Martel: Kate, why don't we go back to Donna's and...?
Kate O'Rourke: No, we're not having any more tea, we're not having any more cake. And if anybody uses the word "closure" to me one more time, I will scream.
Sandy Martel: I'm sorry, I just thought...
Kate O'Rourke: Why should you be sorry? You didn't organize this kitsch performance.
Father Bell: She's just trying to help you, ...
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Not the typical cliché production!!
24 February 2007 | by PeterAndTheWolvesSee all my reviews

Hello there, I just did come home from visiting my parents.

When at my parents house,"Blessed Stranger"just started. Normally I disgust pulp movies.. so I also was thinking of this movie the first minute. What actually made me keep watching was the score/soundtrack. Even after 10 minutes the music mesmerized me, it sounded like "Hans Zimmer's - Gladiator,(Lisa Gerrard). I had to leave already after 30 minutes but those 30 minutes of movie where enough for me to understand that "Blessed Stranger" is NOT a pulp movie. It is not over-acted and the characters are for "real". I am going to hunt for that OST! SO, anyone who can help me with that?? Just let me know. Cheers and thank for you minute.

Bye . Peter


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