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New Waterford girl

"There's only one good thing about a small town: you hate it, and you know you have to leave." A similar notion seems to have occurred to Mooney Pottie (Liane Balaban), a 15-year-old Canadian girl growing up in a village deep in the rugged coal mining area of Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. Mooney wants to be an artist and feels out of place among the rough-hewn villagers and her unsophisticated family.

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  • "Fille de New Waterford"@en
  • "Fille de New Waterford"

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  • "A fifteen year old girl dreams of getting out of her small, sheltered Catholic community to move to New York City. Her teacher is the only one who sees her potential and arranges a scholarship for her to attend an artrs school in Manhattan, which her parents won't let her do. Then a sixteen year old moves in next door and the two come up with a plan to escape to Waterford...in the only way possible."
  • ""There's only one good thing about a small town: you hate it, and you know you have to leave." A similar notion seems to have occurred to Mooney Pottie (Liane Balaban), a 15-year-old Canadian girl growing up in a village deep in the rugged coal mining area of Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. Mooney wants to be an artist and feels out of place among the rough-hewn villagers and her unsophisticated family."@en
  • "A 15-year-old dreams of getting out of her small, sheltered Catholic community to move to New York City. Her teacher is the only one who sees her potential and arranges a scholarship for her to attend an arts school in Manhattan, which her parents won't let her do. Then a 16-year-old moves in next door and the two come up with a plan to escape New Waterford ... in the only way possible."
  • "Fifteen-year-old Mooney Pottie with her pal, Lou, a sixteen-year-old New Yorker, comes up with a plan to escape from the small conservative coal-mining town of New Waterford, Cape Breton to pursue her dream of attending a writing college in New York City."@en
  • "Fifteen year old Mooney Pottie is a misfit and dreams of leaving the coal mining town of New Waterford. Mooney comes up with an escape plan with the help of Lou, a young boxer."@en
  • "There's only one good thing about a small town: you hate it, and you know you have to leave." A similar notion seems to have occurred to Mooney Pottie (Liane Balaban), a 15-year-old Canadian girl growing up in a village deep in the rugged coal mining area of Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. Mooney wants to be an artist and feels out of place among the rough-hewn villagers and her unsophisticated family."@en
  • "Home use only."@en
  • "A comic and poignant look at teenage angst through the eyes of a gifted bored 15-year-old itching to escape her East Coast mining town."@en
  • "A 15-year-old dreams of getting out of her small, sheltered Catholic community to move to New York City. Her teacher is the only one who sees her potential and arranges a scholorship for her to attend an arts school in Manhattan, which her parents won't let her do. Then a 16-year-old moves in next door and the two come up with a plan to escape New Waterford ... in the only way possible."@en

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  • "Video recordings for the hearing impaired"@en
  • "Drama"@en
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Drama"
  • "Feature films"@en
  • "Comedy films"@en
  • "Fiction films"@en

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  • "New Waterford girl"@en
  • "New Waterford girl"
  • "New waterford girl"
  • "New Waterford girl La fille de New Waterford"
  • "New Waterford girl La fille de New Waterford"@en
  • "New Waterford girl la fille de New Waterford"@en
  • "New Waterford Girl"@en