Down the Shore

Down the Shore
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Down the Shore
USA, 2010, 90 Minute Running Time
World Premiere
Topic: Drama
Program: World Cinema Now
Language: English

This haunting story boasts superb performances by James Gandolfini and Famke Janssen as Bailey and Mary, lifelong friends (and one-time lovers) who find themselves at a crossroads when childhood secrets return to haunt their present-day lives on the Jersey Shore. The action begins in Paris where Bailey’s sister Susan, an American tourist with a surprising surfeit of cash, meets Jacques, a charismatic Frenchman who operates a merry-go-round. Smitten, Susan invites him to lunch, then hires him to be her tour guide while in the city…

Back in New Jersey, long-time soul mates Bailey and Mary are still close after a courtship that ended abruptly when they were in their teens. Now wed to Wiley (Bailey’s childhood best friend) and the mother of an autistic son, Mary’s marriage is starting to unravel. Her ongoing friendship with Bailey provides the solace and solidity missing in her own marriage. When a French stranger arrives at Bailey’s door bearing a letter from his sister Susan, her ashes and the news that he’s Susan’s widower, come to claim his inheritance, things start to get very interesting indeed… Fraught with intrigue, unrequited love and long-buried secrets, Down the Shore casts a mesmerizing spell.

Producer and actor to attend screenings

DIRECTOR: Harold Guskin
Producer: Joe Pope
Editor: Andrew Ford
Screenwriter: Sandra Jennings
Cinematographer: Richard Rutkowski
Music: Andrea Morricone
Principal Cast: James Gandolfini, Famke Jansssen, Joe Pope, Edoardo Costa, John Magaro, Maria Dizzia
Filmography: Debut Feature
Print Source: Jersey Shore Films


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