Leslie Sisman: Popcorn Preview: Down the Shore
Huffington Post - almost 5 years
Film: Down the Shore (2011)
Cast includes: James Gandolfini (The Sopranos), Famke Janssen (X-Men), Edoardo Costa (Live Free or Die Hard), Joseph Pope (Tinsel Town)
Director: Harold Guskin (directorial debut), Writer: Sandra Jennings (debut feature film)
Genre: Drama (93 minutes)
Jacques's hand-cranked marry-go-round is one of only 10 left in Europe. At least, that's what it says in Susan's guidebook of Paris. Susan and Jacques strike up a conversation, and over coffee, she tells him she needs a guide... "I'll pay you." Three months later, Jacques finds Bailey at the Jersey shore... looking a bit down on his luck. "Are you the brother of Susan?" "Excuse me? You know where she is?" Bailey asks. "She's died," Jacques says. "I promised to bring her back home and give you a letter she wrote." Bailey's confused. "She was my wife," says Jacques. By the time Bailey stumbles out on beach with Susan's ashes, he's fall-down drunk. He buries the urn in the sand and cries himself in...
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