‘Still Mine’ a slight but sweet tale anchored by a gruff James Cromwell

James Cromwell is the kind of actor who has looked, for a long time, perpetually wizened; he is a man who lived a full life before he stepped in front of the cameras. That elderly, grandfatherly quality is put to good use in the Canadian drama Still Mine, a patient and relaxed adaptation of a true story of a long-time married couple who run into government red tape despite having the best of intentions. Still Mine relies less on an excess of plot than on its performers feeling like real people, the relationships long since established, and does so adequately.