Still Mine

A deeply affecting love story!
-Toronto International Film Festival

Synopsis

Based on true events and laced with wry humour, STILL MINE is a heartfelt love story about an 89-year-old New Brunswicker (James Cromwell) who comes up against the system when he sets out to build a more suitable house for his wife (Geneviève Bujold) whose memory is starting to go. Although Craig Morrison is using the same methods his father, a shipbuilder, taught him, times have changed. Craig quickly gets on the wrong side of an overzealous government inspector, who finds just about everything unacceptable, including the unstamped wood Craig has milled from his own trees. As Irene becomes increasingly ill – and amidst a series of stop-work orders – Craig races to finish the house. Hauled into court and facing jail, Craig takes a final stance.

Theatrical Release Date

Friday, May 03, 2013
Original Languages: English
Genre: Canadian, Drama
Running Time: 102 mins.
Year: 2012

CREDITS

CAST
Campbell Scott
Geneviève Bujold
James Cromwell
DIRECTED BY
Michael McGowan

PHOTOS

Left to right: John (Rick Roberts) and Craig (James Cromwell). Photo by Ken Woroner.
Ruth (Julia Stewart). Photo by Ken Woroner.
The house under construction. Photo by Ken Woroner.
Craig (James Cromwell). Photo by Ken Woroner.
Left to Right: Director Michael McGowan and James Cromwell. Photo by Ken Woroner.
Left to right: Irene (Geneviève Bujold) and Craig (James Cromwell). Photo by Ken Woroner.
Left to Right: Craig (James Cromwell) and Irene (Geneviève Bujold). Photo by Ken Woroner.
Craig (James Cromwell). Photo by Ken Woroner.
Left to right: Craig (James Cromwell) and Irene (Geneviève Bujold). Photo by Ken Woroner.
Left to right: Irene (Geneviève Bujold) and Craig (James Cromwell). Photo by Ken Woroner.
Irene (Geneviève Bujold). Photo by Ken Woroner.
Left to right: Irene (Geneviève Bujold) and John (Rick Roberts). Photo by Ken Woroner.
Left to right: Irene (Geneviève Bujold) and Craig (James Cromwell). Photo by Ken Woroner.
Director Michael McGowan. Photo by Ken Woroner.