as Maud Lewis
as Everett Lewis
as Aunt Ida
as Charles Dowley
as Mr. Davis (Shopkeeper)
as Mr. Hill
as Steven (CBC Reporter)
as Ida's Nurse
as Man at Bar
as Hospital Nurse
Critic Reviews for Maudie
The heart and mind of Maudie are always in the right place.
Expressive acting by Hawkins and Hawke smooths out narrative bumps, creating a portrait of a woman in thrall to art and nature and a couple whose love resisted hardship and defied definition.
I Hawkins . . . twists herself into a wry, mousy character who shuffles through a world of unforgiving 1930s morality, when a woman with physical afflictions could be viewed as a mental incompetent.
The simplicity of mixing creative crafts with everyday chores recalls the village life that dominated the planet for thousands of years, and the straightforward Maudie, an Irish-Canadian coproduction, pretty much sticks to that approach.
This is a painter whose canvas was her life, and whose life her canvas. Maudie is a magnificent celebration of both.
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