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Marion Bridge (2002)

Unrated | | Drama | 18 April 2003 (Canada)
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Three estranged sisters reunite to care for their dying mother and old conflicts and secrets return to the surface.

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Daniel MacIvor (play), Daniel MacIvor
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Molly Parker ... Agnes
Rebecca Jenkins Rebecca Jenkins ... Theresa
Stacy Smith ... Louise
Marguerite McNeil Marguerite McNeil ... Rose
Ellen Page ... Joanie
Hollis McLaren ... Chrissy
Emmy Alcorn Emmy Alcorn ... Dory
Joseph Rutten Joseph Rutten ... Ken
Nicola Lipman Nicola Lipman ... Valerie
Jackie Torrens Jackie Torrens ... Marlene
Kevin Curran Kevin Curran ... Sandy
Ashley MacIsaac Ashley MacIsaac ... Mickey
Heather Rankin Heather Rankin ... Sue
Linda Busby Linda Busby ... Evie
Stephen Manuel Stephen Manuel ... Tavern Bartender
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Agnes returns to her hometown in Nova Scotia to reunite with her estranged sisters and care for her dying mother. As they tend to their mother, family secrets emerge and disrupt the sisters' fragile dynamic. Written by Anonymous

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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

18 April 2003 (Canada) See more »

Also Known As:

Мост Марион See more »

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Nova Scotia, Canada See more »

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CAD 2,000,000 (estimated)
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1.85 : 1
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Agnes, Theresa and Louise are watching the movie The Five Senses (1999) on television. The particular scene of the movie shown solely features actor Daniel MacIvor. Daniel MacIvor is the screenwriter for this movie. See more »


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Composed by Brian Douglas Cram
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Musicians: Jimmy P., Lightning, Gatsby, Miss Adventure, Don Picolo, Kram and Jessifer
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Subtle, beautiful indie movie
23 May 2004 | by wisewebwomanSee all my reviews

A sign of a good movie? When you just don't want it to be over, you do not want to leave the characters.

This is such a movie, flawless performances by all, without exception. It draws you slowly into the secrets at its depth, without mawkishness or a hammering of two by fours. The relationship between the sisters feels real. No black and white, a lot of grey but underneath it all a terrible understanding, unspoken and fearful.

All unfolds as it should. I was pleased to see the writer was Daniel MacIvor who also wrote another subtle, gentle movie called "The Five Senses." You are uncertain where it is taking you for a while and then the devastating truth you begin to guess at unfolds.

The story is revealed more in looks and glances than in specific dialogue. More than anything it is a story about coming home and making peace with the devils you have tried to leave there but are haunting you everywhere anyway.

8 out of 10. It is a shame these movies do not get wider circulation. Bravo to all.


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