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Still Mine
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  • Rated: PG-13
  • Genre: Drama
  • Year: 2013
Audio
English Dolby Digital 5.1
Subtitles:
English, Spanish

Synopsis

Oscar® Nominees James Cromwell and Geneviève Bujold* star in this love story based on actual events that proves love is the ultimate triumph. Determined to build a more suitable house for his wife Irene (Bujold), whose memory is failing, Craig Morrison (Cromwell) is met with resistance from an overzealous government inspector. Facing a possible jail sentence, and with Irene becoming increasingly ill, Craig races to finish the house in this beautiful story filled with heart and humor.

*Cromwell: 1995, Actor, Babe. Bujold: 1969, Actress, Anne of the Thousand Days.

Disc Information

**Feature Film

Cast & Crew

James Cromwell ... Craig Morrison
Genevieve Bujold ... Irene Morrison
Rick Roberts ... John
Julie Stewart ... Ruth
Campbell Scott ... Gary Fulton
Jonathan Potts ... Rick Daigle
George R. Robertson ... Chester Jones

Reviews

Tom Long Detroit News | August 30, 2013

Growing old together can't be easy, but in this case, it's certainly beautiful.

Lisa Kennedy Denver Post | August 02, 2013

Writer-director Michael McGowan covers all the bases here -- the long-standing romance between the aging couple, the hovering concerns of their son and daughter, the constant head-butting with the building inspector -- with well-paced confidence.

Andrea Gronvall Chicago Reader | August 02, 2013

Writer-director Michael McGowan (Saint Ralph) shows affinity for the subtle undercurrents of a long, happy marriage, but the friction between Cromwell and the government bureaucracy stays one-note.

Moira MacDonald Seattle Times | August 01, 2013

Bring a handkerchief, or possibly a bedsheet, to "Still Mine"; this fact-based, beautifully acted drama could wring tears from a brick.

Peter Keough Boston Globe | August 01, 2013

[A] tough-minded tearjerker, based on a true story ...

Hillary Rea Philadelphia Inquirer | August 01, 2013

It is about a husband and wife, partners through six decades, grappling with issues of aging, and how to spend what time together remains with grace and dignity.

Kristin Tillotson Minneapolis Star Tribune | August 01, 2013

While this slight Canadian film has limited appeal for general audiences, seniors and families affected by Alzheimer's will find much to identify with.

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