Formee Coroner Dr. Steve Wojeck returns to Toronto after 21 years working at a clinic in the Congo. He reunites with his daughter, a Doctor, and attempts to reconcile with his ex-wife and gets embroiled with the plight of a family of refugees from Guetamala. Written by
Graeme Burk <GGBurk@aol.com>
Did You Know?
This TV movie had a troubled production history. It went before the cameras in 1990 with a script by Ian Sutherland and David Duke directing, but problems with the script and with the weather (the script required snow and it was shot during a mild winter) led to the production being scrapped. Various attempts were made to create a workable script and resuscitate the project that failed because the CBC - who had reportedly spent several hundred thousands of dollars on the production already - wanted to be able to use the footage already shot. Ultimately, a solution was found with a new script by Malcolm MacRury and the production, now directed by George Bloomfield was able to be completed a year later. See more