A quiet painter, separated from his wife for a year, receives a suitcase in the mail from his mother, whom he hasn't seen since infancy. He believes she abandoned him to his wealthy, ... See full summary »
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My name is David and I am a 39 year old man. I live in Pennsylvania. When I was young, in the 1980's, I saw this movie for the first time as it was recommended to me. Being from America the scenes that were made in Canada were interesting and brightly displayed. And although I did not know any of the actors at the time, their performances were very believable and really brutally realistic. When I was young I was a movie junkie and I know what is good and what is trash. This film is so gripping and "entertaining" you will find yourself glued to your TV screen. Right now I am going to say the only thing that can be said about this movie that the people of "today" can understand. This movie is so good you actually feel you are watching the lost episode of The Sopranos!
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