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Luke de Woolfson,
I agree with the only other posted review of this film- IT IS ONE OF THE WORST GAY-THEMED FILMS ever made - if not one of the worst wastes of video tape ever conceived in the history of film. The acting is abysmal- unbelievably amateurish. The film itself has no narrative - no beginning, middle or end. I don't know what is more depressing- the depiction of Sudbury as a bleak mining town or the depiction of the relationships in the film. I lived in Sudbury in the 1970's when people were escaping to Toronto or Alberta- but things have changed a lot in the last 35 years- I found the city all grown up when I returned to visit. People can be miserable in Toronto, New York or Butt-f@@k Iraq - or happy is Sudbury, Ontario.
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