Loyalties (1987 film)

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Loyalties
Loyaltiesfilm.jpg
Movie poster
Directed by Anne Wheeler
Produced by William Johnston
Ronald Lillie
Written by Sharon Riis
Anne Wheeler
Starring Kenneth Welsh
Susan Wooldridge
Music by Michael Conway Baker
Cinematography Vic Sarin
Edited by Judy Krupanszky
Distributed by Cinema Group (USA)
Release dates March 21, 1987 (USA)
Running time 98 minutes
Country Canada
United Kingdom
Language English

Loyalties (also known as Double allégeance) is a 1987 British/Canadian drama film written and directed by Anne Wheeler. It was shot in Lac la Biche, Alberta.

Plot[edit]

Loyaties is a story about the relationships between an upper-class Englishwoman, her husband and their housekeeper, the English couple have relocated from the UK to a remote Northern Alberta town. The climax of the movie reveals the dark secret that had forced their sudden departure from Britain.

Cast[edit]

Awards[edit]

In 1987, Loyalties won the Grand Prix at the Créteil International Women's Film Festival and the Genie Award for Best Achievement in Costume Design. It was nominated for several other Genie Awards.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Awards for Loyalties". Internet Movie Database. Retrieved December 25, 2007. 

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