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Turning Paige (2001)

A young would-be writer is forced to confront her past upon the return of her angry, wayward brother.

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Robert Cuffley
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Complete credited cast:
Nicholas Campbell ... Ross Fleming
Katharine Isabelle ... Paige Fleming
Philip DeWilde Philip DeWilde ... Trevor Fleming
Torri Higginson ... Ms. Sheila Newlands
Brendan Fletcher ... Jeff Simm
Nikki Barnett Nikki Barnett ... Danielle Whitaker
John Diamond John Diamond ... Steve Pettle (as Johnny Diamond)
Chris Kelly Chris Kelly ... Chet
David McClelland ... Chet's Dad
Janet Monid Janet Monid ... Woman in Woods
Dawn McKelvie Cyr Dawn McKelvie Cyr ... Social Worker
Charlie Rhindress Charlie Rhindress ... Chris
Bette Douglas Bette Douglas ... Shouting Woman
Vincent Connors Vincent Connors ... Shouting Man
Matt Kennedy Matt Kennedy ... Guy #1
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A young woman named Paige is forced to confront awful memories when her brother Trevor comes home after a long absence. Before the siblings and their father finally face reality, they engage in a variety of conversational games that bring humor to a potentially gloomy topic. Written by Anonymous

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Trivia

The film aired on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation in 2005 as part of their Cinema Canada movie night. See more »

Goofs

Paige tells Trevor that their house is a non-smoking house yet you see Trevor and Ross smoking upstairs in the attic and Ross lights a cigarette in the kitchen among other times. See more »

Quotes

Ross Fleming: So what was in your mind then when you went down there, I'm curious to know. What were you thinking? You were gonna check up on me?
Paige Fleming: Doesn't matter.
Ross Fleming: It's don't doesn't matter. I'm asking you this one question, now I want you to answer me, do you see yourself now as my-my probation officer?
Paige Fleming: Do not yell, I'm not upset.
Ross Fleming: Well I am upset.
Paige Fleming: It was my fault, okay? And, you slipped and I knew it, I, you knew I knew it. We ignored it.
[Ross goes to light a cigarette]
Ross Fleming: Okay. I slipped. Okay.
Paige Fleming: What else did we ignore?
Ross Fleming:
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The Talking Squirrel
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Sparse film making (and that is a good thing)
8 September 2002 | by juliarules35See all my reviews

This will not be for everyone but I loved this film. It had the benchmarks of what I appreciate in an independent work; believable acting and a story that didn't compromise itself (or the characters) with a out of place and overly uplifting ending.

There are a few small bumps along the way, all forgivable for a solid film such as this.


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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 April 2002 (Canada) See more »

Also Known As:

At Shepherd Park See more »

Filming Locations:

Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada

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Budget:

CAD1,000,000 (estimated)
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Chaos, a Film Company See more »
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Dolby

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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