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Survival Code (2013)

Borealis (original title)
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In 2045, a former MMA fighter turned government agent, runs a bar in the tiny town of Borealis - where a number of international interests are vying for control of the area.

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3 wins & 8 nominations. See more awards »
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Vic Carboneau
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Taq
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Alison Freemont
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Svetlana
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Dan Riordan
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Bettina (as Christina Rosato)
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Clive
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Raminder Singh
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Anton
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Wasyl
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Darion
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Sergei
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Roger Chin
Don Lew ...
Bataar
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Hoshi
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Borealis is a peek into the future, set in a globally warmed north. The year is 2045 and the ice caps have melted, enabling the discovery of the last oil and gas reserve on the planet are in the Canadian North. It's a future we have all seen coming for years. Borealis is the "gold rush" town that springs up to give ya anything you need. For a price. Written by Anonymous

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Action | Sci-Fi

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Rated R for language, some violence and sexuality | See all certifications »
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11 January 2013 (Canada)  »

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FINALLY a Canadian show to be proud of.
16 January 2013 | by (BC, Canada) – See all my reviews

This show is about as close to perfect as a pilot can get. It's futuristic enough to be interesting but keeps it real. The acting is stellar. It's really got some of Canada's greatest talent in it.

Ty Olsson and Michelle Harrison had some delicious tension! It's funny, wise, exciting - there's a lot of be pleased with.

I've wanted to love a Canadian TV show for a very long time. Honestly? I'm a little shocked that "Borealis" hasn't been picked up.

People need to see this. Canadians need to see a that a Canadian Television show can be this kind of quality. This is the kind of production that sets a high standard.

If you missed it on the SPACE channel - it's streaming on spacecast.com


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