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Canada, 2013, 99 Minute Running Time
Additional Countries: Ireland
US Premiere
Topics: Romance, Woman Director, Women
Program: World Cinema Now
Language: English English Sub-Titles

Taylor Schilling exchanges the close confines of "Orange Is the New Black"’s women’s prison for the sweeping vistas of the west coast of Ireland in Wiebke von Carolsfeld’s intimate and appealing drama. Abbey (Schilling) is a Canadian woman living with an Irish ex-professor, Dermot (the ever-fine Aidan Quinn) when she discovers she’s pregnant. Unsure whether to have the baby — something Dermot definitely does not want — and wary of her own family’s less-than-ideal past, she returns to Montreal to visit her alcoholic father (Michael Ironside) and come to some decisions about her future.

Based on Aislinn Hunter’s lauded novel of the same name, "Stay" delivers a nuanced psychological portrait of a young woman facing some difficult life choices, but it does so with a charm and a sense of romance rarely seen on screen these days. Schilling and Quinn are both superb — their characters are both three-dimensional and utterly believable — while von Carolsfeld’s refined script and deft direction provide a firm anchor for the actors’ outstanding work.

Filmmaker(s) attending: Director

DIRECTOR: Wiebke von Carolsfeld
Producer: Martin Paul-Hus, Andrew Boutilier, David Collins, Martina Niland
Editor: Yvann Thibaudeau
Screenwriter: Wiebke von Carolsfeld
Cinematographer: Ronald Plante
Music: Robert Marcel Lepage
Principal Cast: Taylor Schilling, Aidan Quinn, Barry Keoghan, Nika McGuigan, Chris McHallem, Brian Gleeson, Michael Ironside
Filmography: Walk With Us (Doc, 2006)
Marion Bridge (2002)
Print Source: Visit Films

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