New Waterford Girl
|New Waterford Girl|
|Directed by||Allan Moyle|
|Produced by||Jennifer Kawaja
|Written by||Tricia Fish|
|Music by||Geoff Bennett
|Edited by||Susan Maggi|
|Distributed by||Odeon Films|
|September 12, 1999 (Toronto Film Festival)
May 30, 2000 (Canada-limited)
|Box office||$774,469 (US)|
New Waterford Girl stars Liane Balaban as Agnes-Marie "Moonie" Pottie, a teenager in New Waterford, Nova Scotia who dreams of life beyond her small-town home. She is inspired and fascinated when a family from New York City, with an idiosyncratic daughter her own age, Lou Benza (played by Tara Spencer-Nairn) moves into the house next door. Agnes discovers that Lou has a talent for boxing, leading to her taking Lou in as 'muscle' in an attempt to start some changes around their town.
- "New Waterford Girl (2000) - Box Office Mojo". Box Office Mojo. Retrieved 24 July 2011.
- Scott, A. O. (July 26, 2000). "New Waterford Girl (1999) FILM REVIEW; Clueless And Angry In a Small 70's Town". The New York Times.
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