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Cast

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Sam Penzer
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Miguel Saavedra
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Newsstand Vendor - Welcome to Vancouver (as Glen D. Barwise)
Jason Dedrick ...
Beggar - Welcome to Vancouver
Christine Knight ...
Streetwalker - Welcome to Vancouver
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Alda Lawrence - Cervantes' Bar (as Babz Chula)
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John - Cervantes' Bar
Michael Busswood ...
Hank - Cervantes' Bar
Michael Roberds ...
Steve - Cervantes' Bar
Sheri-Lynn Day ...
Waitress - Cervantes' Bar
Jessica Earle ...
Child Prostitute ("A 'Parent' in Distress") (as Jesse Earle)
Ben Odberg ...
The Client ("A 'Parent' in Distress")
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Thug Lance ("Don Quixote vs The Skinheads")
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Thug Marty ("Don Quixote vs The Skinheads")
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Heroes realize their dreams. Sidekicks merely survive them.

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Drama | Short

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Mozart
Performed by Damn the Diva
Written by Kevin Mackenzie (as K. Mackenzie), J. Wong, P. Oulster, R. Duffield, J. Haufman
Damn the Diva/Favorite 45 Records (SOCAN)
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Fascinating
26 March 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Having seen this film through several stages of its creation, I still find myself intrigued and fascinated by the unique interpretation of the classic story. The setting of modern Vancouver, complete with a wide ranging cast of characters, gives it a realism that cannot be captured in the musical format ("Man of La Mancha"). John Taylor's performance is intense and I found myself equally frightened and embarrassed for him. Tom Braidwood balances this in a sturdy and sometimes sad performance, complete with a hopeful, uplifting (yet subtly so) ending.

Short films are wonderful, and Lance Peverely has a gift for filling the limited time with a complete, well-rounded story. I recommend this film for any intelligent person who can appreciate the complexity of the tale.


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