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The Subterfuge Suite (2012)

After a man receives an eye opening message from his brother, he fabricates an e-mail containing his false accomplishments.

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Credited cast:
Iris Carstens ...
Blonde Girl
Sarah Coffin ...
Pub Girl #2
Joe Danaher ...
Pub Guy #2
Austin Durling ...
Clown
Dylan Hallarn ...
Pub Guy #1
Caroline Hayes ...
Homeless Girl
Sean Hockey ...
Pub Guy #5
Brook Johnston ...
Pub Guy #3
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Jack
Stephen MacDonald ...
Tom
Evan Murphy ...
Pub Guy #4
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Marty
Samantha Russell ...
Pub Girl #1
Ezra Wattie ...
Cab Driver
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After a man receives an eye opening message from his brother, he fabricates an e-mail containing his false accomplishments.

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Short | Comedy

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8 December 2012 (Canada)  »

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CAD 200 (estimated)
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16:9 HD
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2 days before filming was to begin, Justin Kelly and Jacob Neayem had to back out of the project due to unexpected scheduling conflicts with their television show, Degrassi: The Next Generation. However, production managers Mike Wetmore and Jamie Banks were able to shift the entire shoot an extra 2 days to fit the actors schedules. The film was almost never made. See more »

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Really great!
17 December 2012 | by See all my reviews

I thoroughly enjoyed this. Great acting, direction and timing. Really well done! Alex wrote, shot and directed this quirky film. It was shot in multiple locations in Ottawa and features a relatively unknown cast. Great humour and the editing is flawless with great comic timing. The music plays a key role as well. I would highly recommend this movie. I've seen some of Alex's other films and they're really well done. His sense of humour really shines through and is very refreshing. This was his first submission to Ottawa's Digi60 competition and he walked away with the "best director" award which was really well deserved. Alex is a recent graduate from Algonquin College's broadcast program.


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