Three Card Monte is a look at grifting, Canada-style. It's about a con artist (Richard Gabourie) who travels from town to town with his grift schemes and the kid (Chris Langevin) who hooks up with him and the complications which ensue. It's a fairly honest look at two outsiders trying to make ends meet in an unstable world. In fact some times it's a bit too realistic. The adult problems the two characters run into make it inappropriate for kids but it's too lightweight for most adults. Still, it offers an interesting look at Canada and has appealing performances.
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