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Snow Cake
     

Snow Cake

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Director: Marc Evans, Alan Rickman, Sigourney Weaver, Carrie-Anne Moss

Cast: Marc Evans, Alan Rickman, Sigourney Weaver, Carrie-Anne Moss

 
An ex-convict is mysteriously drawn to two intriguing women after becoming involved in a car accident while passing through a sleepy Ontario town in director Marc Evans' enigmatic drama. Invited into the home of high-functioning autistic Linda (Sigourney Weaver) after getting into a car accident that

Overview

An ex-convict is mysteriously drawn to two intriguing women after becoming involved in a car accident while passing through a sleepy Ontario town in director Marc Evans' enigmatic drama. Invited into the home of high-functioning autistic Linda (Sigourney Weaver) after getting into a car accident that involved Linda's daughter, ex-con Alex Hughes (Alan Rickman) does his best to gracefully accept Linda's selfless generosity. His situation grows increasingly complicated, however, when Alex finds the seductive allure of town sexpot Maggie (Carrie-Anne Moss) too powerful to resist.

Product Details

Release Date:
09/11/2007
UPC:
0796019804806
Original Release:
2006
Rating:
NR
Source:
Ifc
Region Code:
1
Time:
1:52:00

Special Features

Deleted scenes; Theatrical trailer

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Alan Rickman Alex Hughes
Sigourney Weaver Linda Freeman
Carrie-Anne Moss Maggie
Emily Hampshire Vivienne
James Allodi Clyde
Kim Cattrall Actor
Callum Keith Rennie John Neil
David Fox Dirk
Jayne Eastwood Ellen
Julie Stewart Florence
Selina Cadell Diane Wooton
Jackie Brown Waitress
Scott Wickware Senior Cop
Johnny Goltz Rookie Cop
Janet Van de Graff Meryl
Charlie Marilyn the Dog
Nia Roberts Janet the Vet
Dov Tiefenbach Jack the Optician
John Bayliss Priest
Jackie Laidlaw Louise
Susan Coyne Deborah the Neighbour
Robert Smith Jones Dick the Neighbour

Technical Credits
Marc Evans Director
Marguerite Arnold Editor
Broken Social Scene Score Composer
John Buchan Casting
Gina Carter Producer
Steve Coogan Executive Producer
Steve Cosens Cinematographer
Jessica Daniel Producer
Matthew Davies Production Designer
Andrew Eaton Producer
Peter Emmink Art Director
Niv Fichman Producer
Liz Gallagher Musical Direction/Supervision
Debra Hanson Costumes/Costume Designer
Perry Hoffman Camera Operator
Sheena MacDonald Co-producer
Laurie Mirsky Asst. Director
Henry Normal Executive Producer
Angela Pell Screenwriter
Robert Jones Executive Producer
Barbara Willis Sweete Associate Producer
David M. Thompson Executive Producer
Larry Weinstein Associate Producer
Michael Winterbottom Executive Producer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Snow Cake
1. Frank Encounter [:10]
2. Personal Revelations [5:30]
3. Deadly Crash [5:04]
4. An Attempt At Making Peace [5:17]
5. Guilty Conscience [6:20]
6. Restless Night [5:29]
7. Positive Identification [2:33]
8. Living in the Present [7:30]
9. A Visit With Maggie [4:33]
10. Dinner Date [5:57]
11. An Informed Warning [7:19]
12. A Vivid Imagination [5:20]
13. Haunted Past [4:02]
14. Confrontation [3:34]
15. Feelings of Comfort [5:53]
16. Vivienne's Funeral [1:53]
17. The Wake [2:42]
18. Leaving for Winnipeg [9:28]
19. Snow Cake [7:13]
20. End Credits [3:53]

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Snow Cake 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Alan Rickman at his best! This shows that he more than just Severus Snape. Sigourney Weaver also turns in a nice performance.
Guest More than 1 year ago
A tragedy brings a stranger to a small Canadian town where he meets Sigourney Weaver's character -- who turns out to be a refreshingly, no, make that a painfully plain spoken autistic adult who has suffered a recent loss of a loved one. The stranger is forced to re-focus his reactions, and it is a delight to watch him and those around him struggle to adapt to a new and difficult situation. It pulls him and the rest of us out of our "comfort zones." The way the story develops around Sigourney's character's strange demands and habits are remarkable and endearing. I loved the capable way the stranger was forced to evolve -- as well as the way everyone did. This is a story that begins in tragedy, then takes a strange left turn into awareness, acceptance, forgiveness (the scene at the funeral with the truck driver is reminiscent of the last scene in Places in the Heart) and redemption. I loved it!
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