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Still Mine 2013

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James Cromwell gives a tour de force performance in STILL MINE, a deeply moving love story about a couple in their twilight years. When Craig sets out to build a more suitable house for his ailing wife Irene, he is blindsided by the bureaucratic codes and officials. As Irene becomes increasingly ill, Craig takes a final stance against all odds to finish the house, in a truly inspirational story.

Starring:
James Cromwell, Chuck Shamata
Runtime:
1 hour, 43 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Drama
Director Michael McGowan
Starring James Cromwell, Chuck Shamata
Supporting actors Geneviève Bujold, Ronan Rees, Julie Stewart, Rick Roberts, George R. Robertson, Hawksley Workman, Joe Pingue, Jonathan Potts, Zachary Bennett, Barbara Gordon, Campbell Scott, Lewis Hodgson, Kristin Shepherd, Chris Farquhar, Verlyn Plowman, Ray Landry, Kiva Mary Golden Carlson, Jamie Lyle
Studio Samuel Goldwyn Films
MPAA rating PG-13 (Parents Strongly Cautioned)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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By Noel T. Manning on May 14, 2014
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I'm a man in my seventh decade of life who has seen much and who has experienced much. This movie, I found quite by accident, but I'm much richer from having found it! I had not seen the actress in any role in years; I do not know why; perhaps I just had not found her movies, nor the male lead in several years; but, again, I am enormously glad to have found them partnered in these roles. I caught many lumps in my throat in several scenes, and the acting was so natural as to be a real event, which I was sharing all the way through. I cannot thank you enough for allowing access to this movie. While it broke my heart, it also was quite healing; and I could only hope that someone (anyone) might love me so much as that affection and deep-soul type love that was so manifest in this movie. I would honestly give it 10 stars, if that many were available to me. As my title suggests: It was not one's ideal of a "thrilling" movie, but it was certainly one that will touch your heart — and even your soul, if you have one that can be touched. I would gladly watch it again; and that is how I judge an excellent movie. My regards — Noel T. Manning
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Format: DVD
What a magnificent story of strength and integrity. James Cromwell and Genevieve Bujold draw you into their long and amorous love affair with each other -- and the strength of that love underscores the passion for Cromwell's stand against dispassionate bureaucrats. This movie came and went with a whisper. It's one of the great summer movies that has stayed with us for months now. Can't wait to have it for our collection -- we'll watch it again and again.
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Format: Blu-ray
"We're still here, we have each other and isn't everything else a bonus?" Craig (Cromwell) and his wife Irene (Bujold) are in their 80's and beginning to feel it. Craig is being hit with new regulations on his farm and is unable to adapt as fast as he needs and Irene is beginning to show signs of dementia. Rather then admit they need to enter a home Craig decides to build a new home on their land that is smaller and easier for them to manage. Once again Craig is hit with new regulations that hinder his process but some things are harder to break then laws. Going in my first thought was...an old guy building a house, sounds exciting. It didn't take long at all for me to realize how wrong I was. The movie is filled with heart and the roadblocks Craig has to go through make you want to throw something at the screen. The fact that this is a true story makes it that much more touching. Overall, much much better then I expected, if you liked Amour you will like this as well. I really enjoyed this much more then expected. I give this a B+.
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Format: DVD
Director Michael McGowan brings us the intimate story of an elderly couple, one which he also wrote to compassionately emote how their deeply abiding love has grown and developed right along with them. Craig Morrison (James Cromwell) and his bride, Irene (Genevieve Bujold), are presently in their eighties and have raised seven children together in a scenic coastal town. They are a hard working pair who is living on and caring for, their 500 acre farm along with being a strong part of their community since they were married some sixty-one years ago. They have spent their days side by side as the best of friends and loving partners relying on each other in this realistically shown and romantic working story of a long-term marriage. Situations with this couple and family are beginning to change and change for the worse.

Their children are mainly scattered except for a daughter, Ruth (Julie Stewart), and son, John (Rick Roberts), who remain close in proximity to their parents. They also see them almost daily, care for their own farming tasks, and worry over the condition of what is now happening with their parents. The horrific concern of this movie is that Irene is first slowly losing her memory, and then quickly the grasp of what she does remember starts to just slip away. She lives in a semi-confused state of mind and just keeps getting worse. Irene is beginning to do things synonymous with dementia; wandering off, not remembering whom her loved ones are, even getting combative at a point. These issues are totally out of character for Irene. Ruth has begun to worry so badly that she and John are equally insisting that their parents live together in a home to keep their mother safe and also to keep their father remaining independent.
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I saw this film at a Film Festival last year, and I am eagerly waiting for it to be available for purchase. This film is poignant, beautifully filmed, superb script and stellar acting. I think this may be James Cromwell's finest work. This is a film not to be missed.
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The aging of married partners at different paces, the vows of till death do you part, the natural relentless procession of time,....all realities long term partners face depicted with honesty and strength of character. I've heard it said that "aging ain't for sissies" and as I age I watch it being played out with peers. One of the most inspiring aspects of this movie is that is based on true life. James Cromwell is outstanding for his portrayal and character.
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