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Ash (2019)

A small town news reporter is accused of unspeakable crimes while he follows a massive forest fire that threatens his community.


Andrew Huculiak


Andrew Huculiak
3 wins & 5 nominations. See more awards »




Credited cast:
Chelah Horsdal ... Gail
Tim Guinee ... Stan
Beverley Elliott
Stephen Lobo ... Prosecutor
Jessie Fraser ... Marjorie
Eric Keenleyside ... Terry
David Lennon ... Officer Baxter
Leo Fafard ... Brian
Raresh DiMofte ... Ion
Cameron Crosby ... Alan
Daniel Arnold ... Peter
Melanie Walden ... Officer Haynes
Jenna Hastings Jenna Hastings ... Announcer
Ben Corns ... Christopher
Jason Desautels ... Extra


A small town news reporter is accused of unspeakable crimes while he follows a massive forest fire that threatens his community.

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the opposite to comedy
28 July 2020 | by ops-52535See all my reviews

Is tragedy, and this canadian flick over rims the firebuckets again and again, in this story about love, marriage, occupation, wildfires, catastrophes, evacuations, OCD, paedophillia, social media, chatrooms, sexuality,social branding,. police and psychology.

its a well made film with outstanding efforts made by the male and female lead actors , and their way of telling and especially showing the graveness and gruel feelings, and at the lowest point of emotional connectiveness are so cold and skinned open that you might need a break in the show.

there will come reviews that will scream out that this film is heroirating the pedophiles in society, but fortunately it isnt. in the film youre never shown any actual scenes of pedophellic nature, you just know that the main male looks at and communicates with pc and cellphone, the rest is up to us to decide.. pedophiles are dealing with a mental disease, remember that, it can be treated, but may not be forgiven. i think the acts of pedophilia are cruel and unforgiveable, but we need to spread some limelight on the subject also on the silverscreen. the wildfires can be used as a methaphore ashes to ashes, from dust to dust,, and everything might give new hopes and growth, there are hope in a hangmans rope( im not fluid in the english sayings) and when healing has started things might get better.

well i'm a grumpy old man, that had no expectations than the keyword wildfire for entering this view, and i didnt expect feeling so grave near the end of it. its slow and sad, but still a recommend

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