Marion Bridge

Marion Bridge

DVD - 2003
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In the midst of struggling to overcome her self-destructive behavior, the youngest of three sisters, Agnes (Molly Parker), returns to her hometown in Nova Scotia determined to confront the past. Her arrival sets in motion a chain of events that allows a family of women to re-connect with the world and each other in their own ways.

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gloogai
May 01, 2017

First Canadian film I've watched in a long time, and the first that hasn't seriously disappointed in a very long time. Not perfect, but quite well done.

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Earlgrey454
Dec 20, 2016

Not an especially original premise, but the film is still fairly interesting and well-acted. But stories about individuals who are estranged from their families returning to their hometowns and eventually making peace with their families and/or old friends there has pretty much been exhausted at this point, IMO. But the film still holds up well enough to be worthy of a look.

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ThomasJWhiting
May 11, 2015

interesting peak into Canadian culture.

The story line was a little depressing (troubled family being reunited in mother's illness), but the acting and photography/sets of rural Nova Scotia were great.

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SCL_WorldLanguages
Jan 03, 2013

The youngest sister and black sheep of the family returns home and forces her family to reconnect and examine their past.

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