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The Bay of Love and Sorrows

Miramichi of the summer of 1973 was evoked in the tragic tale of The Bay of Love and Sorrows which is based on the David Adams Richards novel of the same name. The film, directed by Tim Southam from a script by Southam and Richards, features great performances in New Brunswick locations. Since the CBC is sponsoring the Gala for the film it should be on tv at some point…ideally you could see it in a local movie theatre, but I’m not going to get started on the problems of seeing Canadian films on Canadian screens right now.

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