Song for Marion (Unfinished Song)A comedy is directed by Paul Andrew Williams follows an old man named Arthur who respects his recently dying wife's passion for her unique choir. He joins a process that bridges the gap between him and his estranged son, James.Keywords:
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Directors of "Song for Marion (Unfinished Song)"Paul Andrew WilliamsBirthdate: 1973, Portsmouth, England, UK
Creators of "Song for Marion (Unfinished Song)"Paul Andrew WilliamsBirthdate: 1973, Portsmouth, England, UK
Critic Reviews of "Song for Marion (Unfinished Song)"St. Louis Post-DispatchJuly 05, 2013
The crescendo of two resonant careers makes the false notes of "Unfinished Song" forgivable.NewsdayJuly 04, 2013
Shamelessly sentimental, cute to a fault, but the acting is first-rate.Seattle TimesJuly 04, 2013
The gentle story of a marriage, and of how music can help make a broken heart whole again.Miami HeraldJuly 04, 2013
Unfinished Song is full of predictably poignant moments; you'd be lucky to survive the film dry-eyed.RogerEbert.comJuly 03, 2013
Such predictable ingredients get stale all too quickly.Chicago Sun-TimesJune 28, 2013
[A] modest, tear-jerking charmer ... Just don't expect too much more than what shows on its paint-by-numbers surface.The Canberra Times (Australia)May 23, 2016
Nothing too substantial, nor original, but offering a great platform for stellar performances from Terence Stamp, Gemma Arterton and Vanessa Redgrave.ArtVoiceOctober 25, 2013
Stamp and Redgrave elevate adequate material into something special every time they share the screen. Be forewarned that the musical number that closes the film is guaranteed to have you reaching for the Kleenex.Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)August 14, 2013
The simple fact is that Unfinished Song works on nearly every level -- thanks in large part to the presence of Terence Stamp and the always remarkable Vanessa Redgrave.Salt Lake TribuneJuly 26, 2013
Redgrave, like her character, is a dynamic presence when she's there and sorely missed when she's gone.Times-PicayuneJuly 26, 2013
It's a sweet and well-cast film, but it's also unevenly paced and never quite rises above mediocrity.Movie HabitJuly 19, 2013
Cheap laughs and forced sentimentality taint Redgrave and Stamp
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