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Mile Zero (2001)

Mile Zero is a story about a father with a remarkable capacity to love.

Director:

Andrew Currie

Writer:

Michael Melski
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3 wins & 6 nominations. See more awards »

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Cast

Credited cast:
Michael Riley ... Derek
Connor Widdows ... Will
Sabrina Grdevich ... Allison
Gabriel Castello Corry Gabriel Castello Corry ... Baby Will
Derek Bakstad Derek Bakstad ... Blue Haired Bully
Katherine Fane Katherine Fane
Eric Breker ... Pete
John Murphy John Murphy ... Bartender
Jean Guy Isiah Jean Guy Isiah ... RCMP Constable
Yadira Corbet Yadira Corbet ... Girl in Schoolyard
Conan Graham Conan Graham ... Park Ranger
Koa Nelson Koa Nelson ... Infant Will
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Lisa Calder Lisa Calder ... Maya the hitchhiker (scenes deleted)
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Mile Zero is a story about a father with a remarkable capacity to love, but who lets fear and desperation rule his actions. After losing his and young son to divorce, he finds no alternative but to kidnap the boy inevitably dragging him through a harrowing journey of grief and as he learns to accept himself. Written by Anonymous

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Genres:

Drama

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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

23 September 2001 (Canada) See more »

Also Known As:

Od nowa See more »

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Color
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Good potential wasted
14 October 2002 | by hammy-3See all my reviews

This could have been a really great film if it wasn't for some bad acting and some slightly implausible plot twist. it takes on some pertinant issues like child care and tries to assimilate them into a coherent road movie, but somehow the principle characters aren't really believable. there's a good movie to be made about this subject, as things have changed so much since the days of _Alice doesn't live here anymore_ , but this isn't it.

nonetheless, it's a worthy attempt and it's good to see the subject being tackle from a sensitive males' perspective.


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