Margaret's Museum

"She found a way to preserve her memories forever."
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Margaret's Museum is a drama film about a woman named Margaret MacNeil who has learned how to be an independent female citizen in a world where men often die in the coal pits. If the men don't die down there directly, the often pass away from illnesses and respiratory problems that developed from being in the coal pits. Things were going well until one day Margaret meets a Scottish man named Neil Currie who changes her mind on love and relationship due to an uncontrollable attraction to him. The story shows the difficult path that Margaret and Neil have to take to make their love last.

| 1995 | 1 hr 54 min | 7.1/10
Helena Bonham Carter, Clive Russell, Craig Olejnik, Kate Nelligan
Mort Ransen
Produced By
Marilyn A. Belec
Margaret's Museum
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Also directed by Mort Ransen