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The Events Leading Up to My Death (1991)

Of the Snack siblings - twenty-seven year old Lindsay, twenty-one year old Angus and eighteen year old Katy - Angus is the only one to have "escaped" the repressed life with their parents, ... See full summary »

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Rosemary Radcliffe ...
Mom
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Dad
Jonathan Allore ...
Angus (as John Allore)
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Lindsay
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Katy
Mary Margaret O'Hara ...
Rita
Maria del Mar ...
Julia
Alle Ghadban ...
Rhett
Frank McAnulty ...
The Milkman
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The Fireman
Corkum ...
Busty
Micki Moore ...
Mrs. Vielgut
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Of the Snack siblings - twenty-seven year old Lindsay, twenty-one year old Angus and eighteen year old Katy - Angus is the only one to have "escaped" the repressed life with their parents, physician Jack and homemaker Joanne, by moving out of the family's suburban Toronto home. Theirs is a dysfunctional family where no one truly communicates with each other, no one seems happy, but each who funnels their energies into an activity. Joanne cooks and bakes, and dotes on Angus to the exclusion of such doting on her daughters. Lindsay creates art - bad art - she who always believes someone is touching her face. Katy has lots of sex with several different partners, that is until she met her current "love", Rhett, whose religious beliefs do not allow for sex before marriage. Angus is stoically controlling, like his father. Angus also doesn't realize that he is manipulative like his father. No one relates to Jack because of the way he is. Jack feels he is becoming more liberated through his ... Written by Huggo

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8 September 1991 (Canada)  »

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References The Brady Bunch (1969) See more »

Soundtracks

Slow Moving Train
Traditional Blues
Melody/Lyrics by Bill Robertson
Performed by Bill Robertson
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Fans of quirky should apply
23 August 2001 | by (Chantilly, VA) – See all my reviews

This movie defies you to not like it. At first, it is so quirky that it gets on your nerves. But as the movie goes on, some of it gets so ridiculous that it eventually wins you over (the dog autopsy was what did it for me). A bonus was the excellent music.


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