Blow The Man Down – Official Trailer | Prime Video



Welcome to Easter Cove, a salty fishing village on the far reaches of Maine’s rocky coast. Grieving the loss of their mother and facing an uncertain future, Mary Beth & Priscilla Connolly cover up a gruesome run-in with a dangerous man. To conceal their crime, the sisters must go deeper into Easter Cove’s underbelly and uncover the town matriarchs’ darkest secrets.

Written and directed by Bridget Savage Cole and Danielle Krudy, starring Morgan Saylor, Sophie Lowe and Margo Martindale. Blow The Man Down is coming only to Prime Video March 20.

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44 replies
  1. Josh S
    Josh S says:

    Does anyone know if the string piece in the middle is an actual piece or was it written specifically for this? I'm dying to find sheet music for it

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  2. NicoGambinoLyfe
    NicoGambinoLyfe says:

    I pretty much enjoyed the movie it’s not for everyone but I don’t get why people say don’t bother watching a film just because they didn’t like it, just let the person decide instead of downplaying something just because you may not be into it doesn’t mean someone else will hate it

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  3. Narmelan
    Narmelan says:

    Blow the Man Down – what a premise and statement – meant to be seen on the big screen as writing and directing duo Bridget Savage Cole and Danielle Krudy elegantly execute setting the atmosphere of the fictional Easter Cove, Maine to the point you are hungry for seafood during and after. It is worth the butter on your popcorn and lobster.
    The richness of small-town thinking shows in character development, that unfolds organically revealing the nature of who people and where their minds are in a town fogged in their ways. This is shown in small expressions like the awkward thankless tension in receiving a slice of pie, to the bigger more thrilling interactions like prostitution income. The use of fishy interludes itself to launch the film and later transition scenes throughout, in both tense and funny moments, eerily and hilariously casts the despair that permeates the tipsy psyche of the characters comforted by the doubtful shores. Other than being song voices, their appearances to us is wonderfully ghostly and serve only as the spirits that keep this place in a drunken buzz-killed mood as the film progresses. They serve like reminders, of lives lived in tides now woven to the torn cloth of life fluttering in Maine winds that air plots like this. A definite and different must watch.

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  4. Santhosh
    Santhosh says:

    Good Movie. Everybody acted well in the movie. BGM was not good in the movie. The movie was interesting or thrilling at 1st half. The movie bored and lagged a lot at 2nd half. Good Movie.

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  5. Jiffy Lube
    Jiffy Lube says:

    This should have been a show or a series. I thought this was a show so when it ended and I realized it was a movie it left me disappointed. It was less appealing than it would have been as a show. There was a lot of story left. Great bones for a show if they decide to add on to it, I hope they do.

    This could have been a great show but as a movie it was a little flat. Great cast though.

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  6. Gopakumar.M
    Gopakumar.M says:

    You just know the director thought he was creating a cult classic. All imatation of better movies. Terrible lead performances. Waste of an interesting location. Fargo wanna be. Failed.

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  7. Sandy de Groot
    Sandy de Groot says:

    Very satisfying film. Wish it had been longer. Being a granny myself, I love seeing powerful older women who blend into the background but pull the strings. Margo Martindale was superb as always. A solid 4-1/2 stars.

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