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SONG FOR MARION

by Paul Andrew Williams

synopsis

Arthur is the grumpy husband of Marion, who is terminally ill yet continues to participate with enthusiasm at her local seniors' choir. As Marion's health deteriorates, Arthur is keen to please his dying wife and even agrees to take her place in the choir, led by Elizabeth. The unconventional songbook includes hit songs such as "Let's Talk About Sex". Arthur's experience in this new social environment will take him on a journey of self-discovery and thaw his bitterness, qualities that he will need in his imminent transition to life without Marion.

international title: Song for Marion
original title: Song for Marion
country: United Kingdom, Germany
year: 2013
genre: fiction
directed by: Paul Andrew Williams
film run: 93'
release date: UK 22/02/2013, IE 22/02/2013, DE 14/03/2013, NL 11/04/2013, FR 17/04/2013, FI 19/04/2013, NO 19/04/2013, BE 01/05/2013, DK 09/05/2013, SE 07/06/2013, ES 26/07/2013
screenplay: Paul Andrew Williams
cast: Terence Stamp, Vanessa Redgrave, Christopher Eccleston, Gemma Arterton
cinematography by: Carlos Catalan
film editing: Dan Farrell
art director: Keith Slote
costumes designer: Jo Thompson
producer: Ken Marshall, Philip Moross
production: SteelWorX Film Production GmbH, Coolmore Productions, Egoli Tossell Film, Film House Germany
backing: Creative Content Fund, Northstar Ventures
distributor: eOne entertainmentOne, Ascot Elite Home Entertainment GmbH, Haut et Court, Cinéart Netherlands B.V., Scanbox Entertainment Denmark, Cinéart, Vértigo Films
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