The Company of Strangers

The Company of Strangers

                                    The Company of Strangers
| 1 h 41 min

In this feature film, 8 elderly women find themselves stranded when their bus breaks down in the wilderness. With only their wits, memories and some roasted frogs' legs to sustain them, this remarkable group of strangers share their life stories and turn a potential crisis into a magical time of humour, spirit and camaraderie. Featuring non-professional actors and unscripted dialogue, this film dissolves the barrier between fiction and reality, weaving a heart-warming tale of friendship and courage.

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  • réalisateur
    Cynthia Scott
  • producteur
    David Wilson
  • montage
    David Wilson
  • producteur exécutif
    Colin Neale
    Rina Fraticelli
    Peter Katadotis
  • scénario
    Gloria Demers
  • photographie
    David De Volpi
    Roger Martin
  • son
    Jacques Drouin
  • montage sonore
    André Galbrand
    Danuta Klis
  • ré-enregistrement
    Hans Peter Strobl
    Adrian Croll
  • musique
    Marie Bernard
  • interprète
    Alice Diabo
    Constance Garneau
    Winifred Holden
    Cissy Meddings
    Mary Meigs
    Catherine Roche
    Michelle Sweeney
    Beth Webber

  • Jherekwhippet

    I discovered this film years ago while running a video store. I have treasured it ever since. In my top 3 favourites! I grew up around women like these in the movie in the local Audubon Society.

    Jherekwhippet, 16 Jul 2016
  • AndrewT

    A brilliant film that makes me a little less anxious about getting old.

    AndrewT, 2 Fév 2016
  • jamian

    A film recommended to me that I in turn recommend to others... Whether the scenery, time or the characters - all remind one of a person, place or moment in life. Poignant and excellent in all aspects.

    jamian, 23 Jan 2012
  • boots

    Charming and thought provoking a lovely 'peeling the onion' of characters and relationships. The music for me was too strident and I would have preferred music from their pasts, rather than the 'should have taken her wig off' score, beautiful though it was, it somehow made a delightful and delicate film, a little heavy.

    boots, 30 Nov 2011