Feature: In Praise of Margo Martindale in ‘Blow the Man Down’

Feature: In Praise of Margo Martindale in ‘Blow the Man Down’
Chicago – One of the best character actors in the film and TV world is Margo Martindale. And, in a sense, she takes the spotlight this weekend in the new film, “Blow the Man Down,” available through Amazon Prime. Her role as bordello owner Enid Nora Devlin is a tour de force of duplicity, power and sheer originality.

Margo Martindale as Enid Nora Devlin in ‘Blow the Man Down

Photo credit: Amazon Prime

Among all the cancellations of movie theater releases, “Blow the Man Down” has emerged as a the main release for the weekend of March 20th. The film is set in an East Coast fishing town, the type the evokes the Gorton’s Fish Stick Man, with sea chanteys, raincoats, high boots and New England accents. The film begins with a funeral of a single mother, who has left her two young adult daughters, Mary Beth and Priscilla (Morgan Saylor
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