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Margaret's Museum (1995)

Cast: Helena Bonham-Carter, Kate Nelligan, Clive Russell, Craig Olejnik, Andrea Morris, Peter Boretski, Kenneth Welsh

Director(s): Mort Ransen

Language: English

Genre: Love / Romance

Synopsis

A critically-acclaimed story of one woman's struggle to protect her family and friends from the ravages of the coal-mining industry in a 1940's Nova Scotia town of Scot-Irish immigrants. Touching and memorable. Winner of 6 Genies in the 1996 Canadian National Film Awards.

 

Papamikey wrote on January 17, 2006, 8:45 pm
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Caught the tail end of this on the dish last night...saw it a while back and really liked it.

It's an odd little ditty about a small town mine community in da maritimes (boay). The hardships they endure and how they make the most out of what little they have.

I'm also a sucker for Helena Bonham Carter...

Papa Mikey!

motleymitch wrote on January 18, 2006, 2:34 am
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It was good, not great. I enjoyed it at the time, but for me, has no re-watch value. A little slow at parts, but Bonham-Carter made it better than it probably should be.

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