Anne (2017– )
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Your Will Shall Decide Your Destiny 

TV-PG | | Drama | Episode aired 12 May 2017
Anne arrives at Green Gables and struggles with fitting into her new environment.

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... Anne Shirley
... Marilla Cuthbert
... Matthew Cuthbert
... Diana Barry
Corrine Koslo ... Rachel Lynde
... Jerry Baynard
... Stationmaster (as Ian Clark)
... Mrs. Hammond
... Mrs. Spencer
... Mr. William Barry
Avery Trask ... Girl #1
Zoe McGarry ... Girl #2
... Mrs. Blewett
... Mrs. Eliza Barry
Sarah Dodd ... Matron
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Anne arrives at Green Gables and struggles with fitting into her new environment.

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[first lines]
Marilla Cuthbert: [moving about the kitchen] You'll want to hurry and eat if you're to meet the train on time.
[sighing]
Marilla Cuthbert: I pray this isn't foolishness, but it's too late now. We made a practical decision; we'll just have to hope for the best. With any luck, Mrs. Spencer will have picked out a good one; a hard worker and obedient like we asked for. I couldn't tolerate a lazy boy or a sullen boy. No, I couldn't abide it and I wouldn't. In spite of all the worry, I'm relieved to know that you'll have a ...
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Ahead By A Century
Written and Performed by The Tragically Hip
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Beautiful StoryWith an Amazing Protagonist
18 November 2017 | by See all my reviews

I had no intention of watching this. My wife asked me to find something on NETFLIX and I did my best to find something that was near her tastes. As we watched this story unfold, we came to realize that this is a gem. Anne is a loquacious child who has maintained hope despite a life that would have turned most to despair and bitterness. The people she lived with beat her and abused her. She had to take care of eight children and do the housework, milk the cows, on and on A lonely older brother and sister, send to the orphanage (asylum, they call it) for a boy to help them. The brother is under his sister's thumb and when he realizes at the train station that they have sent a little girl, thin, homely, and red-headed, he knows that even though he likes her, his sister isn't going to take kindly to her. What follows is series of tests that she must endure to get the old lady to let her stay. This episode ends with a real narrative hook. What makes this work is young Amybeth McNulty who steals every scene. Her innocence and imagination fire the scenery (which is gorgeous, by the way). What she does the best, however, is to invite our emotions in. I had tears in my eyes.


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