Closing the Ring

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Sixty-five years after making his screen debut as a young stoker in co-directors Noël Coward and David Lean's World War II drama In Which We Serve, Richard Attenborough perfects the balance between epic story and intimate tale with this drama starring Shirley MacLaine and Neve Campbell as a mother and daughter who find a relic from the past sparking an incendiary series of events. The year is 1991, and as a small American town mourns the passing of beloved World War II veteran Chuck Harris, his wife Ethel ...
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Sixty-five years after making his screen debut as a young stoker in co-directors Noël Coward and David Lean's World War II drama In Which We Serve, Richard Attenborough perfects the balance between epic story and intimate tale with this drama starring Shirley MacLaine and Neve Campbell as a mother and daughter who find a relic from the past sparking an incendiary series of events. The year is 1991, and as a small American town mourns the passing of beloved World War II veteran Chuck Harris, his wife Ethel MacLaine numbs herself with alcohol to the point where she completely neglects her grieving daughter Marie Campbell. Later, after Marie receives a telephone call from a boy in Northern Ireland who claims to have recently discovered a ring belonging to Ethel, a mystery nearly five decades in the making comes slowly into focus as the story drifts back into Chuck's wartime past and the days when he and Ethel first formed their powerful bond.
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Special Features

Love, Loss & Life: The Making of Closing the Ring; Trailer
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/27/2009
  • UPC: 796019816779
  • Original Release: 2007
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  • Source: Weinstein Company
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 1:58:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Shirley MacLaine Ethel Ann Roberts
Christopher Plummer Jack Etty
Mischa Barton Young Ethel Ann
Stephen Amell Teddy Gordon
Neve Campbell Marie
Brenda Fricker Eleanor Reilly "Granny"
Pete Postlethwaite Michael Quinlan
Gregory Smith Young Jack
David Alpay Young Chuck
David Aplay Chuck Harris
Allan Hawco Peter Etty
Ian McElhinney Cathal Thomas
Martin McCann Jimmy Reilly
Dylan Roberts Wilbur
Gene DiNovi Weeping Veteran
Steve Franks Bugler
Chris Benson Local Sheriff
John Travers Young Quinlan
George Shane Maginty
Kirsty Stuart Young Eleanor
Marie Jones Mrs. Doyle
Karen Lewis Mrs. Dean
Anthony Finigan Mr. Cobb
John Kavanagh Reverend Smith
Martin Reid Father Ignatus
Sidney Dodsworth Shelterer From the Air Raid
Derek Halligan Shelterer From the Air Raid
Maureen Dow Shelterer From the Air Raid
Rosena Brown Shelterer From the Air Raid
Michael Magee Shelterer From the Air Raid
Claire Lamont Shelterer From the Air Raid
Matthew McElhinney Young Cathal
James Millard Lieutenant Wilkins
Gerry Quigley Barman
Bill Lynn Truck Driver
Ian Beattie Seamus McCarty
Olivia Nash First Woman in Rain
Susie Kelly Second Woman in Rain
B.J. Hogg Maguigan
Alan McKee Dougal
Tom Maguire Billy
Sean McGinley Campbell
Darryl Flatman Pilot
Alec McClure Co-Pilot
Paul Dunn Radio Operator
Kieran Gallant Navigator
Layke Anderson Army Corporal
Alex Palmer Lieutenant Jones
Paul Charlton Army Private
Allan Gildea First Policeman
Stephen Don Second Policeman
Tom Collins Fireman Fergus
Harry Dickson Taxi Driver
Nicolas Dodd Conductor
Technical Credits
Richard Attenborough Director, Producer
Jeff Abberley Executive Producer
Graham Begg Executive Producer
Christine Beveridge Makeup
Julia Blackman Executive Producer
John Buchan Casting
Jamie Carmichael Executive Producer
Bruce Carwardine Sound/Sound Designer
Andy Chmura Camera Operator
Patrick Clayton Asst. Director
Jeff Danna Score Composer
Maureen Duff Casting
Jo Gilbert Producer
Andrew Hildebrand Executive Producer
Martin F. Katz Co-producer
Tom McCullagh Production Designer
Mark Paladini Casting
Roger Pratt Cinematographer
Patrice Theroux Executive Producer
Lesley Walker Editor
Hazel Webb-Crozier Costumes/Costume Designer
Peter Woodward Associate Producer, Screenwriter
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Closing the Ring
1. Opening Credits [2:33]
2. Remembering Chuck [8:54]
3. Mixed Company [8:37]
4. After the Funeral [4:18]
5. Building a Home [4:55]
6. Generations of Fighting [3:30]
7. Off to War [8:29]
8. Making a Pact [6:06]
9. Call Froam Belfast [4:39]
10. Finding the Ring [7:29]
11. Wedding [4:07]
12. Boy Finds Body [6:37]
13. Avoiding the Truth [4:20]
14. Covering the News [7:08]
15. Returning the Ring [3:29]
16. Revealing the Past [8:47]
17. Return to Belfast [5:38]
18. Teddy's Final Moments [9:01]
19. New Love [2:40]
20. End Credits [6:40]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Closing the Ring
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   Captions & Subtitles
      English for the Hearing Impaired
      Spanish
      None
   Special Features
      Love, Loss & Life: The Making of Closing the Ring
      Trailer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Great story....OK movie

    When I saw the preview to this movie, I was really interested in purchasing it from PPV. I gave the movie overall a 4/5 stars, because the plot of the movie is a really good plot. Unfortunately, there were so many things going on with this movie that it took away from the great movie it could have been. There were a lot of flashbacks and flashforwards, which can work really well in some cases, but in this movie it seemed kind of sloppy and unintentional. The actors did the best they could do, with the exception of Mischa Barton who was so-so.

    If you're interested in this movie, I would definitely recommend renting it before purchasing, because the movie trailer is rather misleading.

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