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Directed By
Stephen Frears

Written By:
Steve Coogan

Judi Dench, Steve Coogan, Sophie Kennedy Clark, Mare Winningham, Barbara Jefford, Ruth McCabe, Peter Hermann, Sean Mahon, Anna Maxwell Martin, Michelle Fairley, Wunmi Mosaku, Charlie Murphy, Cathy Belton, Kate Fleetwood, Sara Stewart, Gary Lilburn, Charles Edwards, Nicholas Jones, Paris Arrowsmith, Marie Jones, Frankie McCafferty, George Fisher, Elliot Levey, Fiaz Ali, Xavier Atkins, Francesca Bennett, Hannah Blamires, Paul Castleman, Grant Chism, Graham Curry, Alan Davis, Nichola Fynn, Neve Gachev, Shawn Gonzalez, Dónal Haughey, John Jillard Sr., Romeo Julio, Marcus LaRon, Jon L. Morris, Eddie Ruben, Al Sotto, Mark Vincent, Julie Vollono, Roland Watson

Philomena (2013)
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Movie Review by Movie Addict
September 24th, 2015

The abuses of the Church through the Magdalene Sisters is in the
background of this exciting film that features Judy Dench as a mother
searching for the son that was taken from here 50 years previously.

She is paired with Steve Coogan, a sacked journalist after a human
interest story. They made a strange pair as they journeyed to America
to find her son.

Prejudice and misunderstandings prevented the two from being reunited,
but the story was fascinating and surprising.

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