Maudie - DVD
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Director: Aisling Walsh - Director - FORGIVE AND FORGET
Theatrical Release: 2016
Rated: PG-13 (MPAA)
Length: 116 mins
Studio: Sony Pictures Home
Sally Hawkins stars in this biopic of Canadian artist Maud Lewis, who overcame rheumatoid arthritis to become one of the most revered folk painters in her country's history. After taking a job in Nova Scotia as a housekeeper for a lifelong bachelor (Ethan Hawke), Lewis hones her painting skills while attracting national attention for her inspirational story. Directed by Aisling Walsh.;
Gabrielle Rose - Actress/"Family Viewing"
Zachary Bennett - Actor - By Way of the Stars
Michael Timmins -
Aisling Walsh - Director - FORGIVE AND FORGET
Sally Hawkins - British actress, ALL OR NOTHING (2002)
Kari Matchett - Actress, CUBE 2
Guy Godfree -
Sherry White -
Daniel J. Murphy - Da1; Second Unit Assistant Director
Greg Malone -
Garret Farrell -
Marthe Bernard -
Maura Murphy - Post Production Supervisor
Terry Stone - Director, Doc
Mike Daly - Actor
Lawrence Barry -
Wayne Warren -
Glenn Redmond -
Dara Hand -
Denise Sinnott -
Brian Marler -
Judy Hancock -
Nik Sexton -
David Feehan -
Billy MacLellan -
3.5 stars out of 4 -- "Hawkins? performance is spectacular, and moving throughout....This is a remarkably assured movie, through and through."
"Sally Hawkins turns a crumpled misfit into an affecting figure of fortitude and optimism in MAUDIE..."
"[S]tick with the movie for its leads, Sally Hawkins and Ethan Hawke, a beautifully matched pair who open up two closed people, unleashing torrents of feeling."
"MAUDIE's biggest success is Walsh?s interest in depicting the environment from which art springs, rather than laying out some simple emotional cause for its generation."
4 stars out of 5 -- "Shot in Newfoundland and Labrador, the achingly beautiful locations give striking context for a story that begins, at least, suffused in sadness."
3 stars out of 5 -- "Hawkins?s performance is impressive. It?s a physical transformation on a par with Marion Cotillard?s Edith Piaf in LA VIE EN ROSE."