|Directed by||Raghav Peri|
|Produced by||Raghav Peri|
|Screenplay by||Raghav Peri|
|Based on||’'Delaware Shore’'|
by Michaelangelo Rodriguez
|Music by||David C. Hëvvitt|
|Edited by||David S. Titus|
Delaware Shore is a 2018 US English-language drama directed by Raghav Peri and loosely based on the novel of the same name by Michaelangelo Rodriguez. The film stars Gail Wagner, Emily McKinley Hill, and James Robinson Jr.
Plot[edit | edit source]
A Holocaust survivor, Agnes, living in Slaughter Beach, Delaware, is tasked with raising her grandchildren after they are abandoned on her doorstep. As they grow up, she finds she is not able to control them. Her grandson, Gallagher, finds himself in a gay romance with a sincere suitor. The granddaughter, Tasha, is attracted to a young hoodlum. Agnes, permanently traumatized by her wartime experiences, is emotionally abusive to Gallagher and Tasha.
Cast[edit | edit source]
- Gail Wagner as Agnes, a holocaust survivor
- Emily McKinley Hill as Tasha, a travel writer
- James Robinson Jr. as Gallagher, a life guard
Release[edit | edit source]
The film had a festival run starting in 2017 where it won several awards across the globe and Theatrical Run Begins on Dec. 21 in LA and Dec. 28 in NY.
Winner- Los Angeles Film Awards; New York Film Awards; Hollywood International Moving Pictures Film Festival; Calcutta International Cult Film Festival; Oniros Film Awards; Accolade Competition; Festigious International Film Festival
Critical response[edit | edit source]
“Delaware Shore is first and foremost an ambitious project that goes deeply into the heart & mind of its characters.” - [New York Film Awards]
LA Film Awards: 'DelawareShoreMovie' is “a touching film with a big heart, that tackles social issues and personal conflicts that everyone can relate to." [LA Film Awards ]
Cult Critic Magazine: “Delaware Shore shows us that some equilibrium in life is really important for our well-being. The way story unfolds in the climax is both satisfying and soothing.” [Cult Critic Magazine]
References[edit | edit source]
- Jerry Smith. "Critically acclaimed movie 'Delaware Shore' shot in Slaughter Beach ", The News Journal, Delaware, 27 November 2018. Retrieved on 27 November 2018.
- Jerry Smith. "5 stories with impact to those living below the canal",The News Journal, Delaware, 3 December 2018. Retrieved on 3 December 2018.
- 'Delaware Shore Begins Theatrical Run',Cape Gazette, Delaware, 26 November 2018. Retrieved on 26 November 2018.
- Holly Quinn. ‘Delaware Shore’ will premiere this December in Los Angeles,Technically Media, Delaware, 21 November 2018. Retrieved on 21 November 2018.
- Terry Rogers. Movie filmed in Milford premieres in December,Milford Live, Delaware, 20 November 2018. Retrieved on 21 November 2018.
- Delaware Shore Dir: Raghav Peri, Los Angeles, 19 November 2018. Retrieved on 19 November 2018.
- "Film Review: Delaware Shore", New York, 19 November 2018. Retrieved on 19 November 2018.
- Helen Wheels. "Interview: Raghav Peri – Director of Delaware Shore", India, 6 February 2018. Retrieved on 6 February 2018.
- "An interview with Raghav Peri, writer & director of Delaware Shore", New York, 25 November 2018. Retrieved on 25 November 2018.
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