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Film
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  The Shipping News cinematronic
  director

Lasse Hallstrom

cast

Kevin Spacey, Judi Dench, Julianne Moore, Cate Blanchett

year

2001

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  Leave it to the tremendously talented actor Kevin Spacey, who dispenses with his sardonic side and gives vivid life to the internal conflict and quiet blossoming of Quoyle — a decent but dispirited chap who moves with his 9-year-old daughter from a tragic situation in the Northeastern U.S. to the weather-beaten desolation of a fishing village in Newfoundland. Once settled, Quoyle begins to emerge from his emotional cocoon. He gets a job as a reporter at the local paper, gaining confidence and uncovering long-buried secrets, even as he's reproved by a bitter editor. Spacey is supported by three exemplary actresses: fiery Cate Blanchett, indelible as the hell-raising mother of Quoyle's child; crusty Judi Dench as the aunt who brings Quoyle to his ancestral Newfoundland home; and angelic Julianne Moore as a single mom who runs the town's day-care center. But the film, directed elegantly by Lasse Hallstrom ("Chocolat") and based on E. Annie Proulx's novel, is foremost a showcase for Spacey's versatility.  
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