I've Heard the Mermaids Singing (1987)

I've Heard the Mermaids Singing (1987)

Director Patricia Rozema

Writer Patricia Rozema

Genre Comedy, Drama

Year 1987

Actors Sheila McCarthy, Paule Baillargeon, Ann-Marie MacDonald, Richard Monette

IMDB : 7.0 (1,195 votes)


Description Scatterbrained Polly gets a job as a secretary in Gabrielle's art gallery. Polly aspires to be a professional photographer, and idolizes Gabrielle for her artistic ability. When Gabrielle rekindles an old romantic relationship with the younger painter Mary, Polly becomes jealous, and discovers Gabrielle is not who she claims to be.


  • Paul Naprstek 2017-03-01 13:03:34
    This is the worst trailer for a movie that I have ever seen, hands-down. And such a pity, since it really is a wonderful movie.
  • George Eliot 2015-03-02 17:06:19
    Andy Kim premieres a new version of "Rock Me Gently" on Q Q debate: Should music teachers ditch recorders for ukuleles? Ilyasah Shabazz wants young readers to meet her dad, Malcolm X Not sidekicks or rewards: Patricia Rozema on actors who are agents #QtheFuture: Talia Schlanger will host Q from March 2 - 6 FULL EPISODE Celebrated Canadian filmmaker Patricia Rozema is the subject of a new Barry Avrich-directed HBO documentary called The Women Who Act With Patricia Rozema. The film features a series of conversations between Rozema and a "handful of women" who can be highly selective about the acting roles they accept: Sandra Oh, Andrea Martin, Ellen Page and Tatiana Maslany.

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