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After reading a users comments on this Canadian film, I feel a reply and a defense, is needed. I don't think the only other (so far) reviewer is skilled much in the way of sideways thought, as s/he asked the question of what the WW2 footage is about. Maybe s/he couldn't see the connection between Wick's father (who flew in the airforce for Canada) and the events of Wick's life (when something negative is happening the film shows the dropping of bombs or the death of a plane. Likewise, when something good is happening, a plane flying free is shown.)
I understand that some people can't be happy unless they are complaining, or finding fault in something that they couldn't possibly create. Why this is, I have no idea. But I encourage you to see this comical and witty film and form your own ideas, and post them.
It are these types of films that make me proud to be Canadian.
Thank you Paul Donovan
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