Still The Water is a dramatic feature film written by Prince Edward Island writer Susan Rodgers, author of the popular fifteen-book women’s fiction Drifters series.
Produced by Nicolle Morrison, Rick Gibbs, and Susan Rodgers, the story revolves around Jordie MacAulay, a last chance hockey player who returns home to Prince Edward Island after years of playing second rate hockey in an alcoholic fog in Alberta. The title, Still The Water, refers to calming the chaos that surrounds Jordie and his family. His sanctuary has always been an ice rink.
Hockey, fishing, and culture come together in this moving film about second chances, which was shot entirely on Prince Edward Island.