"Still Mine" is a true-story drama based on Canadian couple Irene Morrison and Craig Morrison. The movie is set in New Brunswick. It debuted in 2012 starring James Cromwell and Geneviève Bujold. The real names were kept in the film.
According to News-Record.com, "Still Mine" follows an elderly couple in their 80's who are set on building their own home to live out the rest of their days. But, when the elder Morrison meets resistance from his children and the city's bullying building inspectors, he realizes that he is in for the fight of his life.
"Still Mine" is based on the true story of Irene and Craig Morrison, an elderly couple from Canada. The real story made headlines in 2010 when the couple was harassed by local building inspectors who wanted to see them evicted from their home and the house destroyed, according to The Globe And The Mail. The problem was that Craig Morrison used the crude building skills that he learned from his father instead of using modern methods and materials. He also lacked the necessary building permits. According to The Volunteer, Mr. Morrison was taken to court several times over a three-year period, before the judge made all parties come to a peaceful agreement.
Craig Morrison died in 2013 at the age of 94.