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He's sad as hell and he's not going to take it anymore.





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28 September 2013 (Canada)  »

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CAD 1,000 (estimated)

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Cinematographer Michael Jari Davidson shot the entire film with available light. Davidson was conflicted whether or not to light the Husband's monologue in the movie theatre scene due to the low light levels. In the end, Davidson chose to push the camera to its limits and shoot with the light being emitted by the film projector. See more »


Written by 'Ryan Noel'
Performed by 'Ryan Noel'
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a day in the life on the day you don't care anymore.
16 October 2012 | by (Waterloo, Ontario) – See all my reviews

I was in Toronto for the screening of Mourning Has Broken during the 1K Wave Film Festival, October 2012. It's a thought provoking film, featuring an incredible character actor, and a great supporting cast. At some points funny, others heart-breaking, there's very little about this film that isn't genuine. There are many great moments of honesty. The filmmakers clearly had a vision when they started this film, wading in the beauty and heartbreak of life, and you might feel as though you've sat down with them for a beer after the credits roll. See this movie with an intelligent friend, because you'll want to talk about it. And leave yourself lots of time after because there will be a lot to talk about.

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