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Film review

'Still Mine' takes tender look at ravages of aging

James Cromwell stars as Craig and Genevieve Bujold plays Irene in “Still Mine.”
Photographer: Ken Woroner/Samuel Goldwyn Films
James Cromwell stars as Craig and Genevieve Bujold plays Irene in “Still Mine.”
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As depictions of the elderly and the effects of Alzheimer’s go, the gentle Canadian drama “Still Mine” is a lot closer to “The Notebook” than last year’s bleak, Oscar-nominated French film “Amour.” There’s a tenderness about it that softens the blow of tragedy, a grumpy whimsy that lessens the sting of “Someday, that’ll be me.” James Cromwell and Genevieve Bujold bring great sensitivity to the Morrisons, a New Brunswick farm couple whose world is shrinking ...

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