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Dare to Be Wild (2015)

TV-PG | | Biography, Drama, Romance | 2015 (USA)
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Dare to Be Wild is a movie starring Emma Greenwell, Tom Hughes, and Alex Macqueen. Irishwoman Mary Reynold's journey from rank outsider to winner of a Gold Medal at the Chelsea Flower Show.

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... Mary Reynolds
... Christy Collard
... Nigel Hogg
Janie Dee ... Marigold
... Charlotte 'Shah' Heavey
Lorna Quinn ... Eve
... Imad
... Peter
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
... Maria
... Dr. Jaqui Finch
Liam Burke ... Old Aristocrat
Danny Kehoe ... Will
Deirdre Monaghan ... Uppercrust Jill
... Barbara Murphy
Brendan Somers ... Mike Collard
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Irishwoman Mary Reynold's journey from rank outsider to winner of a Gold Medal at the Chelsea Flower Show.

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Because this was writer-director Vivienne De Courcy's first film, the real Mary Reynolds was skeptical when approached about making her story into a film. But she soon changed her mind and developed a close friendship with De Courcy. See more »

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You know what George Orwell, Emerson, William Wordsworth elucidated
8 April 2018 | by See all my reviews

This movie touches the pagan sensibilities of Nature / Prakriti, which may not go down well with many 'believers'who have been taught that such concepts are satanic. To worship and believe in the power of Mother Nature is anti-God. Though not a perfect movie, it does bring out the essence of the wilderness and its need for life to survive on this planet. These concepts have always existed, even when the messiahs were not here to make people believe in the Hell, the superior God (without a Goddess) and the pagans to be the heathens/satanic. This movie shows there's hope in a revival of the 'forgotten times', as rightly said by Ms. Reynolds.


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