Signs Of Life

  • 1989
  • Movie
  • PG-13
  • Drama

SIGNS OF LIFE, which was coproduced by PBS' American Playhouse, suffers from the usual PBS-sponsored symptoms: despite excellent acting and vivid visuals, it's ultimately too bland and contrived to be very rewarding. Set in a dying seaside town in Maine, the action revolves around the last day of business at the boatyard owned by crotchety old shipbuilder...read more

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02:13 — PBS production about an elderly Maine boat dealer and his crew of dedicated workers who face the prospect of closing down.

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  • Released: 1989
  • Rating: PG-13
  • Review: SIGNS OF LIFE, which was coproduced by PBS' American Playhouse, suffers from the usual PBS-sponsored symptoms: despite excellent acting and vivid visuals, it's ultimately too bland and contrived to be very rewarding. Set in a dying seaside town in Maine, t… (more)

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