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Bruce McDonald's debut feature Roadkill announced the arrival of the Toronto "new wave" with a crackle of guitar feedback and a whiff of gasoline. Truly unlike any Canadian film that had come before it, Roadkill charts the cross-province travels of Ramona (Valerie Buhagiar), a young record label intern sent out to into the wilds of Northern Ontario to find the Children of Paradise, a touring rock band that has stopped showing up for gigs after their lead singer disappeared on a spiritual quest. While attempting to track down the band, Ramona embarks on a coming-of-age journey of her own, meeting an aspiring serial killer (Don McKellar), taking charge of her life and-most importantly-learning how to drive. With his cast and crew, McDonald tackled this low-budget road movie with a gonzo, rock 'n' roll ethos, creating an unorthodox Canadian classic that sparkles with intelligence and wit. Named Best Canadian Feature Film at the 1989 Toronto International Film Festival, Roadkill helped ... Written by Anonymous

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