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    Megan Burdock sells tickets for the movie “Tumbledown” at Narrow Gauge Cinemas in Farmington on Thursday. The movie is set in Farmington, though filmed in Massachusetts, and the screenplay was written by former Farmington resident Desi Van Til.

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    A “Tumbledown” movie poster hangs on the wall in the lobby of Narrow Gauge Cinemas in Farmington on Thursday. The movie, with a screenplay written by former Farmington resident Desi Van Til, is drawing a big audience to the theater.

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    Former Farmington resident Desi Van Til discusses the movie “Tumbledown,” that she and her husband, Sean Mewshaw, created.

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    Devaney, Doak & Garrett Booksellers on Broadway in Farmington was the model for the bookstore in the film “Tumbledown.”

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    People wait in line in the hallway of the Waterville Opera House in July for the film “Tumbledown” to kick off opening night of the Maine International Film Festival.

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    Actors Rebecca Hall and Jason Sudeikis smooch in the film “Tumbledown.”

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    The summit of Tumbledown Mountain in Weld. Some shots of the Franklin County mountain and other scenes from the county were used in the movie “Tumbledown,” which was filmed in Massachusetts.

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    Views of Lake Webb were used in the movie “Tumbledown,” which was filmed in Massachusetts.

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    Sean Mewshaw, center, with 13-week-old Emerson, and Desi Van Til last year. Mewshaw directed the movie “Tumbledown” and Van Til wrote the screenplay. Van Til grew up in Farmington and the couple now lives in Portland.

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