Turning Paige User Reviews

Current Rating: 4.12

Current Rating: 4.12

based on 1491 votes and 13 reviews

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  • An almost poetic portrayal of a girl trying to get past a painful truth that she and her Father and estranged Brother must eventually reconcile with in order to "Turn the Paige". Katharine Isabelle's very moving performance of a gifted teenagers struggle to move on after a family suicide will bring tears to your eyes (it did mine!). A great classic as yet unsung!
  • I want to see it. I am a fan of Katharine Isabelle`s work and I love her in drama`s. I can only imagine what she is like in this film
  • I JUST WISH THEY WOULD RELEASE IT ON DVD SO I COULD SEE IT AGAIN. KATHARINE ISABELLE IS SO AMAZING
  • Katharine isabelle was amazing in her role. Very well put together movie that deserves to be seen.
  • Too close to home. I`m sure many of the 5* reviews share at least part of this feeling.
  • Thought Turning Paige was so good, best part is that Katharine Isabelle is in it I thought she put on a great performance!
  • fascinating - its a story line that could easily be cliche but the skilled writing and directing keeps you interested, and especially keeps you guessing. katharine isabelle is wonderful and very real.
  • Intriguing, well written, wonderfully casted! Fantastic CANADIAN production!! What a terrific job, Congratulations to all involved!!
  • it`s the best movie in the world...
  • it was a bit confusing and hard to follow it was a good movie but the plot was a bit lets say bumpy. katherine isabelle is a really good actor and should be rewarded for the way she has played her character it was a really good film but as i said hard to follow

Turning Paige

Genre:  Drama | Running Time:  112 min.
Release date:  April 12, 2002

Current rating: Rating: 4.12
based on 1491 votes and 13 reviews
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Cast: Katharine Isabelle, Nicholas Campbell, Torri Higginson, Brendan Fletcher, Philip DeWilde, Nikki Barnett