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Film Director Marianne Farley chats about her Oscar Nominated film 'MARGUERITE'

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Director Marianne Farley Chats about her Oscar Nominated film "MARGUERITE" The film is nominated for BEST LIVE ACTION SHORT FILM.  Marguerite is a Canadian short drama film, directed by Marianne Farley. The film stars Béatrice Picard as Marguerite, an elderly woman who confronts her own long-repressed romantic feelings for another woman after learning that her home care nurse Rachel (Sandrine Bisson) is a lesbian. Ms. Farley wrote the script comparing her generation to her grandmother's.

It’s a very gentle, tender and beautiful film. It’s been shown in 70 film festivals and won over 20 prestigious awards. Check out the film's Facebook page--@MargueriteShortFilm