"Blow the Man Down" is a 2019 American black comedy thriller film directed by Bridget Savage Cole and Danielle Krudy.
The starring cast includes Morgan Saylor as Mary Beth Connolly, Sophie Lowe as Priscilla Connolly, Annette O'Toole as Gail Maguire, Ebon Moss-Bachrach as Gorski, Marceline Hugot as Doreen Burke, June Squibb as Susie Gallagher, Gayle Rankin as Alexis, Margo Martindale as Enid Nora Devlin, Skipp Sudduth as Officer Coletti, Will Brittain as Officer Justin Brennan and others.
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Amazon Prime Video on Wednesday, February 05, 2020 released the trailer for "Blow the Man Down" you can watch here:
Blow The Man Down - Official Trailer | Prime Video.
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Priscilla (Sophie Lowe) and Mary Beth Connolly (Morgan Saylor) are sisters living in the small fishing town of Easter Cove, Maine, whose mother has recently died. At the wake, Doreen Burke (Marceline Hugot), Susie Gallagher (June Squibb), and Gaile Maguire, contemporaries of their mother, offer condolences. Mary Beth learns that the family fishmonger business is in trouble and that their mother took out a loan against the house which could jeopardize their continued ownership of it. After arguing with Priscilla, she storms out and heads to a bar. Mary Beth begins drinking with a man named Gorski (Ebon Moss-Bachrach). Later she is driving him home, but crashes the car when he caresses her leg. When they get out to inspect the damage, the trunk accidentally opens and Mary Beth sees blood inside. Gorski attempts to force himself on her and she flees. When he follows her, she stabs him with a harpoon and then bashes his head in with a brick.
Mary Beth returns home covered in blood to a shocked Priscilla, who calls the police, but changes her mind and hangs up. Priscilla helps Mary Beth get rid of Gorski's body, using a knife to chop up his arms to make the body fit in a cooler box that they then throw into the ocean. The next day, Priscilla can't find the knife they used, which has 'Connolly Fish' written on it. Mary Beth goes to Gorski's shack to find the knife, but instead finds a bag containing $50,000. Later, Enid, a brothel owner, sees the Connolly knife in Gorski's shack.
Local policeman Brennan asks to borrow the Connolly's boat, indicating that a body has washed up on shore. Priscilla is terrified that it is Gorski but it turns out be a woman named Dee (Meredith Holzman), who worked for Enid. Brennan and his older partner Colletti interview Enid, who tries to steer them away from the brothel. Brennan finds her suspicious, but is warned off by Colletti, who has known Enid for years. Priscilla and Mary Beth talk to Doreen who reveals that years ago she, Susie, Gail (Annette O'Toole), and their mother had made a decision: to satisfy the lusts of the fishermen, and protect their own daughters, they allowed Enid to open the Oceanview brothel.
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"Blow the Man Down" movie release date was scheduled to be on April 26, 2019 (Tribeca) and on March 20, 2020 (United States) distributing by Amazon Studios and Amazon Prime Video.
The duration of the film is 91 minutes.
"Blow the Man Down" movie is rated "R", according to the MPAA film rating system.
"Blow the Man Down" movie got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 6.4/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 98/100.
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