‘Still Mine’ unwraps a close couple’s late-life love

The actors are better than the simplistic scenario offered by the plot.

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Peter RainerFilm critic /
July 19, 2013

Craig (James Cromwell) and Irene (Geneviève Bujold) are determined to build a home in ‘Still Mine.’

Courtesy of Samuel Goldwyn Films



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James Cromwell has been terrific in just about everything I’ve ever seen him in. He can portray a loamy, upright character like Farmer Hoggett in “Babe” without getting all salt of the earth on us. He can also, as the corrupt police chief in “L.A. Confidential,” be bone-chillingly scary without popping his eyes or jutting his jaw.

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