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Martha Marcy May Marlene (21-Jan-2011)

Director: Sean Durkin

Writer: Sean Durkin

Music by: Saunder Jurriaans; Danny Bensi

Producers: Josh Mono; Antonio Campos; Chris Maybach; Patrick Cunningham

Keywords: Drama, Cult, Rape, Murder Witness

A young woman struggles with a host of challenges and personal demons after escaping the grasp of a notorious cult.

Martha, a young American woman, flees from a dangerous cult tucked away in the Catskill Mountains. Refusing overtures from a fellow member of the group to return, Martha shacks up with sister Lucy at her lake house in Connecticut, embarking on a character piece dotted with flashbacks that finds a woman destroyed by life in a bizarre cult struggling to adjust to the realities of the outside world.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Brady Corbet
17-Aug-1988   Thunderbirds
Hugh Dancy
19-Jun-1975   Galahad in King Arthur
John Hawkes
11-Sep-1959   Bugsy in The Perfect Storm
Elizabeth Olsen
16-Feb-1989   Martha Marcy May Marlene
Sarah Paulson
17-Dec-1974   Down with Love


Elizabeth Olsen   ...   Martha
Christopher Abbott   ...   Max
Brady Corbet   ...   Watts
Hugh Dancy   ...   Ted
Maria Dizzia   ...   Katie
Julia Garner   ...   Sarah
John Hawkes   ...   Patrick
Louisa Krause   ...   Zoe
Sarah Paulson   ...   Lucy
Adam Thompson   ...   Bartender
Allen McCullough   ...   Man in Home #2
Lauren Molina   ...   Cult Member
Louisa Braden Johnson   ...   Cult Member
Tobias Segal   ...   Cult Member
Gregg Burton   ...   Man in Home #1


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