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Archaeology of a Woman (2014)

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In Archaeology of a Woman, Margaret, a feisty, tormented former newspaper columnist, fights to protect her freedom in spite of the dementia she cannot control. After an episode in a shopping plaza parking lot where she is unable to find her car and is driven home by the police, her daughter Kate, an aspiring New York City chef, is beckoned upstate to her mother's aide. While there, Kate develops a romantic tryst with a rookie officer as she deals with her mother's demands. Kate attempts to get Margaret involved with activities at the senior center, but Margaret is apprehensive and resentful. Soon, a man from Margaret's past, Sergeant Calder, re-enters her life, causing Margaret to fear she will no longer be able to protect herself. Before returning to New York, Kate installs a small surveillance camera to monitor her mom at home revealing a far more private life of fear, lust and longing and her connection to a 30-year-old crime.


Movie Details

Production Budget:$200,000
Domestic Releases: September 12th, 2014 (Limited)
MPAA Rating: Not Rated
Running Time: 94 minutes
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Keywords: Faulty Memory, Dysfunctional Family, Voiceover/Narration, Serial Killer
Source:Original Screenplay
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Emerald Pictures
Production Countries: United States


James Murtaugh    Sgt. Calder
Karl Geary    Officer John
Mary Testa    Senior Center Director
Elaine Bromka    Judge
Patrick Murtaugh    Young Calder
Will Kresch    Mall Security Guard
Mel England    Officer Monroe
Judson L. Jones    Officer Shackelford

Production and Technical Credits

Screenwriter    Sharon Greytak
Producer    Sharon Greytak
Producer    Idanna Pucci
Producer    Terence Ward
Production Designer    Emmeline Wilks-Dupoise
Editor    Ulysses Guidotti
Editor    Marian Sears Hunter
Composer    Heather Schmidt
Director of Photography    Gus Sacks

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