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Monkey Warfare (2006)

Two ex-revolutionaries living underground have their lives turned upside down by a sexy young radical who goes from smashing SUVs to fighting gentrification with firebombs.

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Reginald Harkema
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Cast

Credited cast:
Don McKellar ... Dan
Tracy Wright ... Linda
Nadia Litz ... Susan
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Marya Delver ... Bike Girl
Jayne Eastwood ... Garage Sale Lady
Caroline Gillis Caroline Gillis ... Female Cop (as Caroline Gillies)
Patrick Harrison Patrick Harrison ... Molotov Cocktail Safety Instructor (scenes deleted) (as Flick Harrison)
Isabel Knight Isabel Knight ... Baby Jason
Jason Knight Jason Knight ... Husband
Sarah Manninen ... Bike Girl
Erin McMurtry Erin McMurtry ... Bike Girl
Earl Pastko Earl Pastko ... Ted
Brenda Robins ... Figurine Lady (as Brenda Robbins)
Marnie Robinson ... Bike Girl
Lee Rumohr Lee Rumohr ... Young Couple
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Two ex-revolutionaries living underground have their lives turned upside down by a sexy young radical who goes from smashing SUVs to fighting gentrification with firebombs.

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Flower power is dead

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Official Sites:

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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

10 September 2006 (Canada) See more »

Also Known As:

Lepukkant lázadók See more »

Filming Locations:

Toronto, Ontario, Canada See more »

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Budget:

CAD 30,000 (estimated)
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1.85 : 1
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The movie was shot in two weeks with the 30 thousand dollar budget borrowed from director Reginald Harkema's line of credit. See more »

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pretty good
14 September 2006 | by trojan4400See all my reviews

Disregard comments from the disgruntled tiff attendee above (it's a shame a venue like IMDb sometimes acts as nothing more than a host for people with a tiny axe to grind).

This is a sharply written, well-acted little film. I say little, as it's obvious the budget was quite low. The director has a good sense of colour and of music. The performances are good all around. The humour is nicely laced into the situations presented in the script.

Some of his experimental cuts didn't work for me personally and the film as a whole may not be commercial enough for some, but the wryness of the writing and performances more than made up for that for me personally.


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