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Just by the title I was expecting something dismal. Then researching and finding out it's a Canadian movie (I am Canadian), I began to quiver with fear having seen so many "$400 budget" Canadian movies and so many unbelievable or simply overacting talent in Canadian movies.
I rather enjoyed this movie. For lesser known actors, the calibre of acting wasn't bad at all. The storyline was somewhat interesting and there were some mildly humorous parts (diner scene).
Don't rush out to get this thinking it is the must see movie of the decade, but do watch it. Don't expect greatness and you will probably be pleasantly surprised, as I was.
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