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House (II) (1995)

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House centers around Victor and his short takes on the walking wounded that illustrate man's inhumanity to himself.

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Credited cast:
Anne Anglin ...
Claire
Ben Cardinal ...
Grant
Patricia Collins ...
Estelle
Jerry Franken ...
Robert
Caroline Gillis ...
Caroline
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Kathy
Nicky Guadagni ...
Carmen
Joan Heney ...
Judith
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Victor
Stephen Ouimette ...
Paul
Simon Richards ...
Earl
Christofer Williamson ...
Mark
Jonathan Wilson ...
John
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House centers around Victor and his short takes on the walking wounded that illustrate man's inhumanity to himself.

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A great play, a mediocre film.
9 July 2000 | by (Vancouver, Canada) – See all my reviews

MacIvor's award-winning play doesn't quite cut it as a film. The characters presented in the "Humans" section of the published version of "House" are invited to hear Victor's (MacIvor) rant. Although Victor's story remains true to the play, all to often we are dragged out of his engrossing tale to get meaningless and dragged-out reactions from the audience. Who cares what they think? MacIvor is such a wonderful performer that you could leave the camera in front of him and slap a release date on the film canister. The only time the other characters work as a film device is when we follow them on their individual stories as narrated by Victor. Besides this fundamental flaw, the film is beautifully shot and the closing sequence when Victor finds himself outside are magical. I do hope Lynd and MacIvor team up to film his other plays and learn to trust that the one-man show format is enough to create a interesting film.


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