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Naked Frailties (1998)

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Travis Woloshyn ...
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Terry Ladd ...
Terence Cross ...
Jeremy A. Weddell ...
Fiona O'Brien ...
John Treleaven ...
Myron Deardon ...
Luke Murray ...
Katherine Fadum ...
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Tanya Ryga ...
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Blue Rain
Composed and Performed by Rita Chiarelli
Published by Mad Iris Music & Stony Plain Music
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A great independent film
24 November 2001 | by (Alberta, Canada) – See all my reviews

This is a great film, done within the confines of Red Deer College. It is an adaptation of Shakespeare's Macbeth. Ross (Travis Woloshyn) gets so pulled into the play that his life becomes it. His girlfriend (Reagan Dale Neis), angry that she did not win the part of Lady M, plots revenge. She doesn't however kill Mr. Stuart, merely drives him from his post. You also see the characters of Macduff, Banquo, Lady Macduff and others mirrored.

This is a great film with some very talented young actors. I would highly recommend watching it.


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