The script focuses on world-renowned cutting-edge architect Davenport Lear. Nearing retirement, he summons his four dysfunctional children Glenn, twins Regan and Rory, Kent, and Regan's ... See full summary »
Anthony Michael Hall,
Returning to her hometown of Vancouver on the news that her Caucasian father is on his deathbed, Rebecca learns from him before he dies that her aboriginal mother, Rita, did not abandon ... See full summary »
A multi-national forestry company engages in genetic experimentation to increase logging yield in a remote section of forest. But the experimentation goes disastrously wrong, transforming a... See full summary »
Considered to be the first North American film shot in the style of Dogma 95. See more »
Statement near the end "This film was shot entirely on location in strict accordance to the 10 pRINCIPLES of the VoW of ChASTITY as laid out in the manifesto DOgME 95 created by Lars von Trier, Thomas Vinterberg." See more »
This is a good film. Mr. Bessai shows his directing chops in this nifty feature about street kids making their own little movie factory helmed by the megalomanic director/dictator Johnny. This is an insightful look not only into the hearts and lives of a disinfranchised youth but also into the mind of a director at odds with himself and the creative process. Not your average canadian film.
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