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Things to Do -- Adam Stevenson, decides to escape to his childhood home to reevaluate his "life strategy". Upon his return, Adam is greeted by the under concern of his baby boom parents. A chance encounter at the grocery store reunites him with Mac. Together the underachieving duo set out to complete a "Things To Do" list, a collection of bizarre aspirations plucked from the gaps of an incomplete adolescence.
Things to Do -- A twenty-five year old office worker leaves big city life behind and retreats to his childhood home to reexamine life while resolving past regrets.


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  (in credits order)
Michael Stasko ... Adam Stevenson (as Mike Stasko)
Daniel Wilson ... Mac
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Amy Ballantyne ... Julie Bartley
Don Bezaire ... Bus Driver
Olivia Bezaire ... Young Girl
Tim Bezaire ... Information Clerk
Brendan Brode ... Man 1 at Party
Jessica Chan ... Rachel
Ross Curzon ... Carlisle Guest (Man)
Santo D'Asaro ... Donovan

Matt John Evans ... Carlile
Gary Gerbrandt ... Ryan Bartley
Jared Gosch ... Nerd 2
Whitney Kril ... Girl 2 at Party
Christian Lattman ... Office Worker
Dru LeHoux ... Man at Car Dealership
Laurel Mailloux ... Girl 1 at Party
Pat McManus ... Bert Stevenson

Jeff Nadalin ... Dude in Hot Tub

JoAnn Nordstrom ... Diane Stevenson (as JoAnn Oke)
Jeff Penttila ... Man 2 at Party
Pat Perro ... Carlisle Guest (Young Man)
Shane Phillips ... Corporal Punishment
Justin Raisbeck ... Man 3 at Party
Ryan Schiller ... Young Boy
Andrew Schweitzer ... Nerd 1
Antonio Sclafani ... Car Salesman
Becky Stasko ... Young Girl's Mother
Joey Stasko ... Answering Machine Voice
Jody Stasko-Nedzelski ... Carol
Tom Strong ... Rolly
Dave Tessier ... Security Guard

Kent Theaker ... Mr. Pritchard

Pat Thornton ... Edward

Phillip Wells ... Mr. Farston
Tina Wells ... Young Boy's Mother (as Chazrin Blake)

Directed by
Ted Bezaire  (as Theodore Bezaire)
Writing credits
Ted Bezaire (written by) (as Theodore Bezaire) &
Michael Stasko (written by) (as Mike Stasko)

Produced by
Ted Bezaire .... associate producer
Gerry Lattmann .... producer
Cary Mignault .... line producer
Jeff Penttila .... associate producer
Michael Stasko .... associate producer
Original Music by
Eric Schiller 
Michael Stasko 
Cinematography by
Eric Schiller 
Film Editing by
Ted Bezaire 
Michael Stasko 
Casting by
Zena Driver 
Crystal Kramer  (as Crystal Proctor)
Production Design by
Antonio Sclafani 
Costume Design by
Stefanie Molnar 
Makeup Department
Whitney Kril .... key hair stylist
Whitney Kril .... key makeup artist
Production Management
Cary Mignault .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Muzafar Malik .... third assistant director
Jeff Penttila .... first assistant director
Scott Scheirich .... second assistant director
Art Department
Vivian Alie .... set dresser
Sound Department
Brian Eimer .... sound designer
Brian Eimer .... supervising sound editor
J.R. Fountain .... sound effects editor
Andrew Penttila .... boom operator
Robert Turi .... sound mixer
Robert Turi .... sound recordist
Camera and Electrical Department
Matt Baker .... grip
Matt Baker .... still photographer
Aaron Lutsch .... assistant camera
Brent Marrale .... gaffer
Bill Rawlings .... grip
Graham M. Sheppard .... gaffer
Adam Tarini .... first assistant camera
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Chantel Nicole .... wardrobe assistant
Editorial Department
Matthew Goldhawk .... assistant editor
Muzafar Malik .... additional editor
Other crew
Steven C. Beer .... producer's representative
Robert McCallum .... courier
Jeff Nadalin .... office production assistant
Samar Nader .... production assistant
Danny Webber .... legal counsel

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Additional Details

Canada:85 min
Color (Fujicolor)
Aspect Ratio:
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Dolby | Dolby Digital (Western Electric Sound System)
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Great little indie flick, 24 July 2009
Author: Allegra Sloman from Vancouver, Canada

A solid, bleakly humorous script backed by good direction and an awesome soundtrack make for an enjoyable and (for me) almost painfully true to life film. Adam Stevenson is a neurasthenic social misfit. He's good hearted but kinda wussy. An unpleasant event at work triggers his return to the family home and his parents, who have little emotional connection to him. Adam runs into a trouble-making high school acquaintance, Mac, and after he sees a self-help jackass on TV go on about making lists, Adam decides with Mac's help to relive his life according to a better script than he's been given so far. He makes a list of cool things he wants to do and then, without being too much of a perfectionist about it (the 'Make a Great Movie' scene cracked me up) - he does them.

I was about a third of the way through the film before I realized it was Canadian. That's how good it is. Yes, I know that's a backhanded compliment, but a lot of Canadian movies suffer from "I am a very earnest but amateurish labor of love" disease. This is not an amateurish movie.

Michael Stasko as Adam and Daniel Wilson as Mac carry the movie ably. This movie deserves better than 4.8 stars. All the bit parts are well cast, and the score is a star in its own right. Recommended for when you want to watch a buddy movie with no car chases or gunfights.

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