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Theatre Release of Mary Goes Round

24 Apr, 2018
06:40 PM
Theatre Release of Mary Goes Round

Event Information: 

Wildling Pictures is excited to announce the theatrical release of MARY GOES ROUND in Niagara Falls, Ontario. The trailer can be seen HERE. MARY GOES ROUND is the first feature film directed by award-winning Canadian Molly McGlynn and stars Aya Cash (You're The Worst, The Wolf of Wall Street), Sara Waisglass (Degrassi: Next Class), John Ralston (Two Lovers and a Bear), and  Melanie Nicholls-King (The WireRookie Blue).

The film had its world premiere at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival, and received the "Panavision Independent Cinema" award at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival in 2017. Most recently, MARY GOES ROUND took home the Best Narrative Feature at the 2018 Vail Film Festival, with Aya Cash winning the Excellence in Acting award. 

The film will open in Niagara Falls on Friday, April 20th at Cineplex Odeon Niagara Square (7555 Montrose Rd, Niagara Falls). 
Please see showtimes below.



Location: Cineplex Odeon Niagara Square

Date: Friday April 20, 2018
Times: 6:40PM, 9:10PM

Date: Saturday April 21, 2018
Times: 7:20PM, 9:40PM

Date: Sunday April 22, 2018
Times: 7:20PM, 9:40PM

Date: Monday April 23, 2018 
Times: 6:40PM, 9:10PM

Date: Tuesday April 24, 2018 
Times: 6:40PM, 9:10PM

Date: Wednesday April 25, 2018 
Times: 1:00PM, 6:40PM, 9:20PM

Date: Thursday April 26, 2018 
Times: 6:40PM, 9:10PM


MARY GOES ROUND is a redemptive drama with dark comedic undertones. Mary is a substance abuse counsellor with a drinking problem. After a drunk driving accident, she loses her license, her job, and boyfriend. At the request of her estranged father Walt, Mary begrudgingly retreats to her hometown of Niagara Falls. With few other options, Mary is forced to come to terms with her estranged father who wants her to connect her with teen-aged half-sister, Robyn, whose mother walked out on the family. Robyn has no idea who Mary is. Or at least, she pretends not to. As her sympathy for Robyn deepens, her outrage at Walt’s request diminishes. At an AA meeting, Mary meets Lou, a personal care worker who offers support and friendship. Walt is hospitalized. Robyn starts to self-destruct and Lou falls from her heroic pedestal. To keep this fractured unit together, Mary must confront her emotions, her demons, and her addiction. She, Robyn, Walt, and Lou must all learn what ‘family’ means.