Film Movement | Release Date: April 11, 2003
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AlexanderD.Apr 22, 2003
Exceptional. Sad. Funny. Beatuifylly written and performed.
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ChadS.Jun 18, 2007
When the family's dark secret is finally revealed, it's a shock, because the way Louise(Stacy Smith) and Rose(Marguerite McNeil) treat their younger sister is not what you'd expect. Agnes(Molly Parker), you would think, When the family's dark secret is finally revealed, it's a shock, because the way Louise(Stacy Smith) and Rose(Marguerite McNeil) treat their younger sister is not what you'd expect. Agnes(Molly Parker), you would think, deserves a free pass to act as wayward as she wants to be. You would be doing coke and drinking like a fish too with a father like Agnes'. There's never an open discussion if the family's patriarch acted inappropriately with the two older girls. "Marion Bridge" is so low-key, the viewer may overlook this fact. Is "Marion Bridge" too quiet? Perhaps. We're talking about incest here. But the anger is there. If quiet is the new loud, throwing a bible out an open window after Agnes reads to their dying mother, has more volume than shouting. Expand
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