A modern romantic comedy set in Halifax, Mexico City, Barcelona, Tokyo and on the flights between, Dragonwheel is the story of Gloria, a worldly but crabby teen-boy-band manager and Sherman... See full summary »

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Graham Gavine ...
Sherman
Krista MacDonald ...
Gloria
Matthew Harris ...
Todd
Neil Matheson ...
David
William Wright ...
Martin
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Theresa (as Stacey Smith)
Stephen Arnold ...
Peter, Toby's Dad
Tara Baxter ...
Jennifer
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Hickey Girl
Rejean Cournoyer ...
Rudy, the Steward
Kevin Curran ...
Burger Barn Clerk, Halifax
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Reverend Matherson
Raquel Duffy ...
Anna
Marc Essertaize ...
Mexican Bartender
Deanne Foley ...
Hockey Girl's Mother
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A modern romantic comedy set in Halifax, Mexico City, Barcelona, Tokyo and on the flights between, Dragonwheel is the story of Gloria, a worldly but crabby teen-boy-band manager and Sherman, a morose rural man as they escape from their lives, experience life-changing travel, and against their will, cling to one another. When they fall in love for the first time, it's an impossible situation, because you can't just change your life overnight. Can you? Written by imX Communications

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Comedy | Romance

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1 October 2002 (Canada)  »

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sweet low-budg romance
15 April 2004 | by (Ontario, Canada) – See all my reviews

There was something captivating about this movie, despite (or maybe because of?) the amateurish production values. Or, maybe it was delicious Graham Gavine who played Sherman as the kind of nice guy we all know and like. A bit short on plot but I liked the down-to-earth camera work and perfectly real city scenes. I have been to Mexico City and to Spain and yes, they are just like that. Maybe the predictable plot and stiff dialogue were on purpose, to make the viewer look at their own life and see the predictability and cliche of real life. Or maybe I am just willing to give the movie the benefit of the doubt. You'll like this movie if you want to see some sweet (and chaste) romance. Sounds like I'm down on it but I actually did like it!


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