Marilyn (2011)

Dir: Christopher Petry
Crime / Drama / Romance


Film Review

Marilyn picture
Marilyn is a Canadian romantic film drama first released in 2011, directed by Christopher Petry. Cinematography was by Bruce Borland and the film was scored by Philip Addington. It stars Ryan Robbins, Allison Mack, Mike Dopud, Juan Riedinger and Raf Rogers.   It is a Trinity Works Entertainment production, produced by Bruce Borland.   It is a color film and runs to 1 hour and 46 minutes.  

Our overall rating for Marilyn is: very good - a movie from the 2010s that more than repays your effort.

The actor Juan Riedinger has also appeared in: AVPR: Aliens vs Predator - Requiem (2007), Monbella and the Curse of 1809 (2009), 2 Frogs dans l'Ouest (2010) and Havana 57 (2012).

Other recommended crime/drama/romance films that you may want to consider are: Yves Allégret's Dédée d'Anvers (1948), Alfred Hitchcock's The Paradine Case (1947), Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window (1954), Nicholas Ray's They Live by Night (1948) and Yasujirô Ozu's Walk Cheerfully (1930).




Film Credits

  • Director: Christopher Petry
  • Script: Christopher Petry
  • Cinematographer: Bruce Borland
  • Music: Philip Addington, David Badanic, Devon Cody, Kirk Douglas, Douglas Liddle, Spencer McKinnon
  • Cast: Ryan Robbins (Michael Grant), Allison Mack (Marilyn), Mike Dopud (Romantic Trucker), Juan Riedinger (Motel Clerk), Raf Rogers (Pirate Waiter), Martin Thomson (Amored Car Guard), Simone Bailly (Waitress), Patrick Gilmore (FBI Agent), Iris Paluly (Bank Lady), Nathan Witte (Local Cop)
  • Country: Canada
  • Language: English
  • Support: Color
  • Runtime: 106 min




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