Magic Beyond Words: The JK Rowling Story
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Magic Beyond Words: The JK Rowling Story

90 min
Biography | Drama
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Paul A. Kaufman
4 wins & 10 nominations
Country: USA
Release Date: 2011-07-18
Filming Locations: 6742 224 Street, Langley, British Columbia, Canada
Antonio Cupo
Antonio Cupo
Magic Beyond Words: The JK Rowling Story
Poppy Montgomery
Joanne K. Rowling
Emily Holmes
Diane Rowling
Janet Kidder
Anne Rowling
Madison Desjarlais
Joanne Rowling at 17
Andy Maton
Christopher Little
Aislyn Watson
Joanne Rowling at 8
Marie West
Lisa Norton
Paul McGillion
Pete Rowling
Sarah Desjardins
Diane Rowling (13-15)
Christine Chatelain
Wesley MacInnes
Sean Harris
Patti Allan
Mrs. Morgan
Greigh Laschuk
Dr. Neil Murray
Charles Jarman
Amnesty International Supervisor
Glynis Davies
Case Worker
Andrew Kavadas
Professor Nettleship
Evan Bird
Ian Potter
Gina Stockdale
Trolley Lady
Kirsten Slenning
Young Mother
Kirsten Robek
Loretta Walsh
Dark-Haired Mother
Jacqui Kaese
Bookstore Clerk
Eliza Faria
Diane Rowling (6)
Michael Patric
Olivia Wakehams
Tough-Looking Girl
Ivan Wanis-Ruiz
Swarthy Man in Club
Diego Bedoya
Tall Policeman
Lee Vincent
Postal Clerk
Beatrice King
Beatrice Zeilanger
Administrator (as Beatrice Zeilenger)
Lindsay Lomax
James Kot
Blue Shirt Agent
Terri Anne Taylor
Janet Hogarth (as Teri Ann Taylor)
Derek Gilroy
Delivery Man
Taya Clyne
Jessica Rowling (8)
Graison Foster
BBC Reporter
Douglas Abel
Gabriel Patrich
Lilah Fitzgerald
Patricia Parkinson
Fortune Aknin
Karen Bittinger
Jack Spong
Robert Walden
Sophia Bosley
Jessica Rowling (4-8 months)
Alanna Babic-Day
Jessica Rowling (9-18 months)
Chloe Johnson
Jessica Rowling (1.5-3 years)
Emma Dzaman
Jessica Rowling (Newborn)
Michael Coleman
Postal Troll
Matthew Hughes
Young Boy with Scar (as Mathew Hughes)
Sean Kristian
Michael Ross Jones (as Sean Kristian Cunningham)
Micha Baum
Peter Rowan
Denis Corbett
Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Yolanda Corbett
Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Richard Cummins
Performer (song) (uncredited)
Julia Rhodes
Reporter (uncredited)
J.K. Rowling
Herself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Christian J. Stewart
Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Stewart Whitworth
British Postman (uncredited)
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A dramatic re-imagining of J.K Rowling's life supported by few facts. Facts are tied together with dramatic guessing. For instance, why does she divorce her husband? Abuse and rape. How did she come up with the protagonists name? A dream followed by quick answers... What's his name? Harry Potter. What's he doing? Riding a train. Where to? Wizard School.
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This movie only contains Britsh accents, not regular British terms, but an American/Canadian version.
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This movie has NOT been endorsed, supported or even verified by J.K. Rowling.
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When Joanne graduates from university, the University Officers and the new graduates are all shown wearing American-style academic dress with a closed gown and a gold stole. English university graduates wear open fronted gowns with an academic hood and no stole. In addition, the new graduates are wearing royal blue gowns. Exeter University gowns are black; the hood is dove grey, edged in blue taffeta.
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When she is turned down by Oxford, Joanne's father suggests she go instead to Exeter which is "a good school." Exeter is a university and universities in England are not called "schools" (although some of them call their separate faculties schools, such as the "School of Medicine".)
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Rowling's parents lament that due to their lack of means, they will have to send their children to "public school" to be educated. In England, a "public school" is a type of privately-run school funded by (prohibitively high) fees - the term "state school" should presumably have been used.
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JK Rowling: What do you think, will you ever see Harry Potter in there? Not bloody likely.
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