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Filmography • Song for Marion
  • Cast Highlights:
  • Vanessa Redgrave
  • Terence Stamp
  • Christopher Eccleston
  • Character: Elizabeth
    Production Status: On DVD & Blu-ray
    Release Date: 2012 (TIFF)
    Director: Paul Andrew Williams
    Writers: Paul Andrew Williams
    Genre: Comedy | Drama
    MPAA Rating: n/a

    Plot Outline:
    Arthur (Terence Stamp) is a grumpy 78 year old that is stuck in his ways. His world revolves around caring for his ill but happy-go-lucky wife Marion (Vanessa Redgrave), while his relationship with his 42 year old son James (Christopher Eccleston) has deteriorated badly. Only Marion and granddaughter Jennifer’s charms manage to keep the family together.

    To Arthur’s dismay, Marion loves attending a local community choir for pensioners that sing modern songs, and after an audition process the choir is selected to participate at a prestigious festival.

    Tragically Marion passes away. It is left to choir director Elizabeth (Gemma Arterton) to try and persuade a broken-hearted Arthur that he can learn to embrace life. Arthur reluctantly joins the choir in an effort to put aside his loneliness and learn how to laugh and enjoy life again. Now he must confront the undercurrents of his own grumbling persona as he embarks on a hilarious, life-affirming journey of musical self discovery.

    Director Paul Andrew Williams comments “Song for Marion is a story which is not only incredibly personal to me, but to many families and generations around the world. To see it brought to life by such an incredible and dynamic cast is not only massively exciting but also totally nerve racking!”

    Gemma’s Role:
    Gemma Arterton plays Elizabeth, the director of the local choir.

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