Niagara, Niagara

Niagara, Niagara is a film about Seth and Marcy, two young, confused, and troubled individuals who decide, in the spur of the moment, to take a road trip to Canada. Marcy suffers from a behavioral disorder and on the trip she runs out of her medication. Without a valid prescription, they resort to robbing a pharmacy and, from then on, they find themselves running from the authorities.

  • Starring: Robin Tunney and Henry Thomas
  • Director(s): Bob Gosse
  • Producer(s): The Shooting Gallery
  • Screenwriter(s): Matthew Weiss
  • Animal Coordinator: Unknown
  • Release Date: Thursday, July 24, 1997
  • Rating: Acceptable

Featured Animal Action

There is a scene where Seth is learning how to bait a hook with a worm. Then later, he catches a fish and pulls it out of the water. For this scene, production purchased a dead fish and rubber worms to simulate live ones. Other animal action consists of chickens seen in a hen house and in the yard, and a man holding a chicken. A dog is seen on a leash, walking A to B in a house, being held by a woman, and lying on a bed. A bird is also seen in a cage.