Irish film takes €1m at Canadian box office

Maudie tells the true story of an arthritic woman from Nova Scotia who works as a housekeeper

7th May, 2017
A scene from Irish film Maudie

Irish film Maudie has taken in nearly €1 million at the Canadian box office.

Directed by Dublin-born Aisling Walsh, whose previous work includes Song for a Raggy Boy and An Inspector Calls, the film is a Canadian-Irish co-production.

Maudie tells the true story of an arthritic woman from Nova Scotia who works as a housekeeper for a recluse fish peddler while she hones her skills as an artist and ends up becoming a beloved figure...

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