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Northfork
Northfork poster.jpg
Directed by Michael Polish
Produced by Mark Polish
Michael Polish
Written by Mark Polish
Michael Polish
Starring James Woods
Nick Nolte
Duel Farnes
Mark Polish
Daryl Hannah
Peter Coyote
Robin Sachs
Music by Stuart Matthewman
Cinematography M. David Mullen
Edited by Leo Trombetta
Distributed by Paramount Classics
Release date
July 11, 2003 (limited)
Running time
103 minutes
Language English
Budget $1,900,000
Box office $1,599,804[1]

Northfork is a 2003 film directed by Michael Polish and written by Michael and Mark Polish. It premiered at the Sundance Film Festival on January 21, 2003 and later received a limited release in the United States on July 11, 2003.[2] The film stars James Woods, Nick Nolte, Daryl Hannah, Anthony Edwards and Peter Coyote. This is the brothers' third film collaboration, after Twin Falls Idaho (1999) and Jackpot (2001).

Plot

The film's narrative consists of several interwoven subplots taking place in the town of Northfork, Montana circa 1955. A new dam is being built which will flood the valley of Northfork, and the town is in the midst of an evacuation. The narratives focus on several individuals who, for one reason or another, have yet to evacuate. Walter O'Brian (Woods) and his son (Mark Polish) are on the evacuation team, helping to evacuate the last few inhabitants of Northfork. In return, the government will give them acres of lakeside property if they meet their evacuee quota. Father Harlan (Nick Nolte) is one such individual, who has stayed behind to care for Irwin (Duel Farnes), a dying orphan too weak to leave town. While the O'Brians and their co-workers encounter an array of unusual characters, Irwin discovers that he is the "unknown angel" through a suitcase with his angel wings in it and a bible with an angels feather telling his family 'story', and finds himself a family of angels in his dreams, who he makes a deal with to take him 'a thousand miles'.

Reception

Northfork received mixed to positive reviews from critics and has a rating of 56% on Rotten Tomatoes based on 101 reviews with an average rating of 6 out of 10. The consensus states "Visually poetic, but may be too dramatically inert for some."[3] The film also has a score of 64 on Metacritic based on 31 reviews.[4]

References

  1. ^ "Northfork (2003) - Box Office Mojo". Retrieved 19 May 2015. 
  2. ^ Northfork (2003) - Release dates
  3. ^ "Northfork". 11 July 2003. Retrieved 19 May 2015. 
  4. ^ "Northfork". Metacritic. Retrieved 19 May 2015. 

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