Sweet Angel Mine

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Sweet Angel Mine.
Directed by Curtis Radclyffe
Produced by Sam Taylor, Christopher Zimmer
Written by Tim Willocks, Sue Maheu
Release dates
1996
Running time
88 minutes
Country UK/ Canada

Sweet Angel Mine is a 1996 thriller directed by Curtis Radclyffe

Synopsis[edit]

Paul, a young man from London, arrives in the small Nova Scotia town of Milestone, where his long lost father was last seen years earlier. Paul is eager to find out what brought his father to this remote community. He meets Rauchine, a young, beautiful and unaffected girl who lives with her unstable mother and domineering grandmother on a nearby island, who is eking out a harsh and isolated living. Paul finds himself enmeshed in a web of jealousy, bitterness and fear as his attraction to Rauchine begins to grow. After a failed attempt to leave the island with Paul, Rauchine must make a crucial decision and break the cycle of violence and death that has marked her life.

Nominations and Awards[edit]

  • International Fantasy Film Special Jury Award, Curtis Radclyffe. Fantasporto 1997.[1]
  • Nominated International Fantasy Film, Best Film, Curtis Radclyffe. Fantaspoeto 1997.[1]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "History of Fantas through Awards". Fantasporto. Retrieved 31 August 2010.