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Still Mine (2012)

PG-13 | | Drama | 6 June 2013 (Australia)
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An elderly couple fight against local authorities in rural New Brunswick to build their final home.

Director:

Michael McGowan

Writers:

Michael McGowan, Marguerite Pigott (story editor)
4 wins & 11 nominations. See more awards »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
James Cromwell ... Craig Morrison
Chuck Shamata ... Judge
Geneviève Bujold ... Irene Morrison
Ronan Rees Ronan Rees ... Gavin
Julie Stewart ... Ruth
Rick Roberts ... John
George R. Robertson ... Chester Jones
Hawksley Workman Hawksley Workman ... Gus
Joe Pingue ... Food Terminal Employee
Jonathan Potts ... Rick Daigle
Zachary Bennett ... Jeff Leblanc
Barbara Gordon Barbara Gordon ... Margaret Jones
Campbell Scott ... Gary Fulton
Lewis Hodgson ... Dr. Murphy
Kristin Shepherd ... Lawyer
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Storyline

After years of stability, the lives of octogenarian couple, Craig and Irene Morrison, are slowly beginning to change. Because of changing times and regulations, they are no longer able to make a living from their small coastal New Brunswick farm. And Irene has begun to show signs of early dementia. Against the wishes of their two offspring who still reside in the area and who would like to see more standard care provided for Irene, Craig, the son of a master shipbuilder who inherited his father's building abilities, decides to mill lumber from trees on their property and with it build a more suitable, small one story house on the property in which he and Irene can live. Beginning this project with only a design in his mind, he is encouraged by friends at least to go through the regulatory process of building permits and the like. Despite being able to complete this project to more than exacting centuries old standards, Craig ends up hitting one roadblock after another in this ... Written by Huggo

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Taglines:

Still Devoted. Still Determined.

Genres:

Drama

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG-13 for some thematic elements and brief sensuality/partial nudity | See all certifications »

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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

6 June 2013 (Australia) See more »

Also Known As:

Siempre estaré contigo See more »

Filming Locations:

Golden Valley, Ontario, Canada See more »

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Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$76,807, 19 July 2013, Limited Release

Gross USA:

$1,154,466, 13 October 2013
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Based on a true story. See more »

Goofs

At the end of the movie when Craig Morrison is reading a newspaper while walking into his home, the front of the newspaper is in English. But when the same newspaper is seen from behind, the back page is in French. See more »

Quotes

[first lines]
Craig Morrison: Mr. Morrison, you are here because you are in contempt of court.
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After The Storm
Performed by Mumford & Sons
Written by Ben Lovett (as Benjamin Walter David Lovett), Ted Dwane (as Edward James Milton Dwane), Marcus Mumford (as Marcus Oliver Johnstone Mumford) and 'Country' Winston Marshall (as Winston Aubrey Aladar Marshall)
Publishing Courtesy of Universal Music Publishing Group
Used Courtesy of Glassnote Records
Under license from Universal Music Canada Inc.
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Mistake in rating?
25 March 2013 | by ralph-818-394285See all my reviews

How could 43 out of 57 reviewers rate this movie 8 or higher and yet produce a cumulative score of only 4.8? Still Mine was the SF Cinema Club's selection yesterday. Not a dry eye in the theater (though I swear mine was allergies). It's Amour with feeling, and a Canadian sensibility, i.e., more like Away from Her, the other Canadian film that deals with aging and dementia, than the steely, unsentimental Amour. Cromwell is gigantic. Is there any other male actor of his age who says more with less? And Campbell Scott proves what they say about no small roles, only small actors. His is minor--but flawless in its understatement. This movie may not crack the big time, but that in no way should diminish its beauty, power, and lasting impact on those who seek it out.


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