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A young woman comes to in a roadside diner with no idea where she is or how she got there. Split between two timelines, she gets taken on a violent journey as she seeks out the person responsible for her lover's death.
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The film aired on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation in 2005 as part of their Cinema Canada movie night. See more »
Paige tells Trevor that their house is a non-smoking house yet you see Trevor and Ross smoking upstairs in the attic and Ross lights a cigarette in the kitchen among other times. See more »
I gotta ask ya, why, why did ya bring three pairs of shoes hey Dad?
Calling a payoff again.
You bring me a bounty of footwear, I promise never to show my face again? That sorta thing?
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Written and Performed by Michael Shields
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This girl is going places, mark my words. Playing down the typical, overused nuances that every teen actor seems to revel in, Katherine Isabelle delivers a subtle performance that is the strongest part of this independent movie. Her dad is very good too. Strong support characters that come and go through her life, some disappearing and others sticking around to the bitter end. The direction and handling of this film is to the point and mostly very effective.
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