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To Keep The Light

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2018
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88 min
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To Keep The Light, On Demand Movie, Drama

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Plot: Set in 1867, and inspired by the true stories of female lighthouse keepers, To Keep the Light is an empowering assertion of womanhood. On an isolated island along the windswept coast of Maine, salt-of-the-earth homesteader Abbie is left to care for her bedridden husband, the lighthouse keeper. When a seafaring European lands on the rocks, Abbie fears she may have caused his ship to crash. Now also nursing this foreigner, Abbie is tasked with maintaining both the household and the lighthouse - a post forbidden to women at the time. She finds purpose in this new role, but secrets buried in the deep waters emerge, putting her opportunity for independence in jeopardy. Winning the prestigious Fipresci Prize, Best Director at Berlin Indp Film Fest and a host of other awards, To Keep the Light paints a landscape of stark, aching beauty; illustrates the complexity of loss; and offers an untold (her)story of women’s liberation in an era when they were meant to be seen and not heard.
Not Rated by the Motion Picture Association of America.

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