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Magic Town

Magic Town

$24.95 $18.99

    Nothing Personal (DVD)
    • Actors:

      lotte verbeek, stephen rea

    • Director:

      urszula antoniak

    • Rated:

      nr (not rated)

    • Regional Code:

      region 1

    • Languages:


    • Video:

      color, 1.85:1 aspect ratio

    • Runtime:

      85 minutes

    • Year:


    • Format:
    • Price : $29.95 $22.46
    • UPC: 887090027700 (DVD)
    • Cat #: OF277 (DVD)

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    Urszula Antoniak’s stunningly assured debut is touching, gentle and playful. An enigmatic beauty (Lotte Verbeek) drifts from town to town, hitching rides through the Irish countryside. She comes across an isolated cabin and strikes up an uneasy relationship with its owner (Stephen Rea). Haunted by their pasts, each has something to offer the other — the solace of his cabin and her welcome companionship. Winner of 6 Locarno Film Festival Awards, including Best First Film and Best Actress.


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