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Jeremy Thomas ...
Joseph Rickman
Ella May ...
Clara Wilkie
Katie Webber ...
Katie
John Knight ...
James
Jaden Holle ...
Dorothy
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Chris
Trance Blackman ...
Robert
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Scientist #1
Jeff Deglow ...
Scientist #2
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Carolyn Beaudet ...
Police Officer #7
Julia Beaudet ...
Janey Wilkie
Barry Bellerose ...
Police Officer #4
Nick Blaise ...
Young Joseph
Dale Buchanan ...
Mr. Wilkie / Mr. Ross
Trevor Campbell ...
Police Officer #2
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The End is a light hearted existential horror film about Joseph, a curious school teacher and Clara, his detective friend, who believes that his history of visions may help ensnare an elusive kidnapper. Half way into his mystery, Joseph has his most explosive vision, in a twist that turns on its ear our notions of conventional narrative cinema. Written by Jeremy Thomas

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24 September 2007 (Canada)  »

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CAD 10,000 (estimated)
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Highly original and very entertaining film
5 May 2010 | by (Dublin, Ireland) – See all my reviews

Joseph Rickman is a pleasant and rather eccentric school teacher, who is the object of gossip by his students, due to his committing an act of heroism 16 years previously. However, he feels his life is quite literally beyond his control. As well as that, there's a strange killer about, and Joseph has a feeling he might be next. The only thing is, everyone suspects Joseph has Schizophrenia. Is Joseph cracking up, or is something dark and horrible waiting to engulf him?

The End is a great and highly original Canadian film, that's guaranteed to put a big smile on your face after watching it. Viewers are advised to have patience with a slightly shaky start to the film. You'll be glad you held on for it's great revelation.

A well recommended film, it's an original offbeat treat for anyone.


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