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A Splatter of Faith (2008)

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In 2005, Montreal writer/director Maurice Devereaux began production on his fourth feature film END OF THE LINE, which chronicled a coordinated attack by doomsday cult members in dark ... See full summary »

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Maurice Devereaux
Jean-Renaud Gauthier
Shaun Malley
Denis-Noel Mostert
Julie Perreault
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In 2005, Montreal writer/director Maurice Devereaux began production on his fourth feature film END OF THE LINE, which chronicled a coordinated attack by doomsday cult members in dark subway tunnels. The film premiered at the 2006 Toronto International Film Festival and garnered worldwide acclaim for both its expert creation of sustained tension and its criticism of blind faith and fanaticism. This documentary tells the story of a man's total devotion to filmmaking. Written by Jean-Denis Rouette

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End of the Whine
18 March 2011 | by (Rosebush) – See all my reviews

Perhaps the most salient point made in this "making of," at least in the opening montage of unattributed comments (title graphics are initiated a few minutes into this), is that Canadian filmmakers have a great fear of American "evangelicals," apparently believing they will be murdered in their sleep or on their public transportation by south-of-the-border holy rollers running amok, which happens to the majority of the characters from this feature, END OF THE LINE. (To be fair, some horror movie fans will presume the sword-wielding "God-loves-you-now-die-die-die!!" cultists in the film are home-grown Canadians, too.) But the cast and crew highlighted in this "making of," some of whom are self-proclaimed atheists upset that the average Christian is likely to behead them out of misplaced agape in REAL life, show why one must shell out up to $100 for a passport and wait three or four hours to get into this fortified arctic circle country nowadays, as opposed to 12 years ago when it served primarily as a shortcut to Niagara Falls for people driving to that former honeymoon hot-spot from Michigan.

Beyond all this fear and loathing in Montreal, it is somewhat reassuring to learn that all the key cast and crew from END OF THE LINE are fluently bilingual, except for DP Denis-Noel Mostert, whose comments fortunately are subtitled into English. Feature director Maurice Devereaux, an obvious "Type A" who does the plurality of the talking, pronounces his first name in a way that would be spelled "Morris" in America. He says his dad died halfway through the three-week shoot, but he did not tell anyone in the cast WHY he left the filming location for a day and a half.


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