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Mary and Martha [videorecording] / HBO Films ; WTTV Working Title Television ; BBC ; NBCUniversal ; produced by Hilary Bevan Jones, Genevieve Hofmeyr ; written by Richard Curtis ; directed by Phillip Noyce
DVD DVD
DVD Mary
[New York] : HBO Home Entertainment, 2013.
Widescreen version.
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Descript
1 videodisc (ca. 95 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
System Det
DVD, Dolby digital, Dolby Surround.
Note
Originally broadcast as a made-for-TV movie on BBC and HBO in 2013.
In English.
Closed captioned for the hearing impaired.
Cast
Hilary Swank, Brenda Blethyn, Sam Claflin, Frank Grillo, Lux Haney-Jardine, Bongo Mbutuma, Ian Redford, James Woods.
Credits
Director of photography, Roberto De Angelis ; editor, Martin Nicholson ; music, Michael Brook.
Summary
Two very different women, an upscale American named Mary and a middle-class Englishwoman named Martha, form an unlikely bond following the losses of their only children from malaria contracted in Africa. Battling their lingering grief and the strains on their marriages, the two work together to raise awareness of malaria while recovering their sense of purpose. A story of how ordinary people can make a difference in influencing social policy and affecting positive change.
Audience
Not rated.
Subject
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ISBN/ISSN
883316827611
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