Deeply

Deeply

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Director: Sherri Elwood

Cast: Kirsten Dunst, Lynn Redgrave, Alberta Watson

     
 

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On a remote island in Nova Scotia, teenaged Claire (Julia Brendler) slowly befriends Celia (Lynn Redgrave), an eccentric novelist who is working on a manuscript. The manuscript, which is set a half-century ago, tells the story of Silly (Kirsten Dunst), a young woman who tried to leave the island with the son (Trent Ford) of a WWII naval officer. Deeply cuts

Overview

On a remote island in Nova Scotia, teenaged Claire (Julia Brendler) slowly befriends Celia (Lynn Redgrave), an eccentric novelist who is working on a manuscript. The manuscript, which is set a half-century ago, tells the story of Silly (Kirsten Dunst), a young woman who tried to leave the island with the son (Trent Ford) of a WWII naval officer. Deeply cuts between past and present, contrasting the lives of the characters in the manuscript with those of Claire and Celia. ~ Rebecca Flint Marx

Product Details

Release Date:
08/24/2005
UPC:
0687797606198
Original Release:
2000
Rating:
NR
Source:
Alchemy / Millennium
Time:
1:42:00

Special Features

Closed Caption; Full frame; Dolby Digital; English & Spanish subtitles; Interactive menus; Scene access; Trailer

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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Deeply
1. Come Ashore [4:46]
2. Just an Idea [3:52]
3. Delivery [5:44]
4. Morning [3:40]
5. Significant Birth [2:39]
6. The One [3:59]
7. Growing Up [3:58]
8. The Curse [5:21]
9. One of Us [5:07]
10. New People [5:12]
11. Storm [4:24]
12. Dinner [3:02]
13. Believe Me [5:17]
14. Flames [6:02]
15. Say Goodbye [3:43]
16. Up & Down [4:19]
17. Wanting to Know [3:51]
18. Not Like Others [4:30]
19. Lost & Found [4:27]
20. Binding Kiss [4:17]
21. Pearls [2:08]
22. Crash & Drown [3:20]
23. Reflections [2:51]
24. End Credits [4:29]

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Deeply 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
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This movie is one of the most beautiful films I have had the pleasure of seeing in a long time. At heart, it's a moving love story. Kirsten Dunst is simply wonderful as Silly, it's the best role I have ever seen the young actress in. If you are a fan of independant films- particularly dramas or romances, then you will enjoy this movie. It has very tragic moments, but it's also extremely moving.
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