Mongrel Media, a film distributor, has just released the trailer of the Canadian film The Year Dolly Parton Was My Mom. The film will be in Canadian theatres on March 4.
In this film shot with a budget of $3 million, we're brought in 1976 in a suburb of Winnipeg, Manitoba. Elizabeth Alison Gray (Julia Stone) is an average girl of eleven years old. She finds out that her current mom, Marion (Macha Grenon), is her adoptive mom in actuality. While she lets herself being guided by a Ouija board, Elisabeth runs away from her house in order to find her real mom. Obviously, Marion will strive to find Elisabeth, but she'll have to eventually face the truth.
Other members of the cast include Rebecca Croll (The Business), Rebecca Windheim (Family Biz), Mung-Ling Tsui (The Bridge), Trevor Hayes (The Phantom), Rebecca Windheim, Will Woytowich, Brian Edward Roach, Luca Palladini and Chantele Francis.
For the moment, we don't know if the film will get a limited or a nationwide release in Canada.