|Directed by||Norma Bailey|
|Produced by||Norma Bailey|
|Written by||Kelly Rebar|
Gordon Michael Woolvett
|Music by||Ben Mink|
|Edited by||Lara Mazur|
|Running time||101 min.|
Bordertown Café is a Canadian drama film, originally released in 1992. The screenplay was written by Kelly Rebar based on her award-winning 1990 play of the same name, and the film was directed by Norma Bailey. The film stars Janet Wright and Susan Hogan. Set in Alberta, Bordertown Café was filmed outside of Warren, Manitoba.
Hogan plays Marlene, the divorced owner of a small café in a rural Alberta town near the Canada-United States border, whose life is turned upside down when her son Jimmy (Gordon Michael Woolvett) is offered the opportunity to go live with his father and his father's new wife in the States.
Wright plays Maxine, Marlene's mother and Jimmy's grandmother. She won the Genie Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role at the 13th Genie Awards ceremony.
- Peter Lhotka Production Manager
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