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Release Information
August 24, 1987
Montréal (World Film Festival: Parisien 5)
Library and Archives Canada - Canadian Feature Film Database (LAC)
August 24, 1987
Montréal (World Film Festival: Parisien 5)
Library and Archives Canada - Canadian Feature Film Database (LAC)
August 24, 1987
Pay TV First Choice
Library and Archives Canada - Canadian Feature Film Database (LAC)
August 24, 1987
Pay TV First Choice
Library and Archives Canada - Canadian Feature Film Database (LAC)
July 4, 1989
Montréal (World Film Festival: Parisien 5)
Library and Archives Canada - Canadian Feature Film Database (LAC)
July 4, 1989
Montréal (World Film Festival: Parisien 5)
Library and Archives Canada - Canadian Feature Film Database (LAC)
July 4, 1989
Pay TV First Choice
Library and Archives Canada - Canadian Feature Film Database (LAC)
July 4, 1989
Pay TV First Choice
Library and Archives Canada - Canadian Feature Film Database (LAC)
Budget
Actual cost: $200,000
Budget: $200,000
Distributors

Production Details

Executive Producer
John Alexander
Producer
Jon Pedersen
Jon Pedersen
Jon Pedersen
Jon Pedersen
Line Producer
Arthur Makosinski
David Cozac
Peter Rowan
Director
Jon Pedersen
Jon Pedersen
Jon Pedersen
Jon Pedersen
Jon Pedersen
Jon Pedersen
Jon Pedersen
Jon Pedersen
Director of Photography
Jon Pedersen
Jon Pedersen
Jon Pedersen
Jon Pedersen
John Clement
John Clement
John Clement
Music
Mark Carmody
Writer
Jon Pedersen
Jon Pedersen
Jon Pedersen
Jon Pedersen
Jon Pedersen
Jon Pedersen
Jon Pedersen
Jon Pedersen
David Adams Richards
David Adams Richards
David Adams Richards
David Adams Richards
David Adams Richards
Editor
Jon Pedersen
Jon Pedersen
Jon Pedersen
Jon Pedersen
Cast
Bill Rogers
Owen Marshall
Penny Belmont
Liz Dufresne
Frank Sweezey
John Alexander
John Alexander
Perley Haynes
Sherree Fitch
Peter Rowan
82 minutes, 1986

A hard-hitting look at alcoholism, alienation, the effects of drunk driving on the lives of survivors, and the loneliness and despair of the reformed alcoholic. Phillip Delaney is a middle-aged misfit. Booze is his favorite indulgence until one day he kills a little boy in an accident. When Phillip meets Evelyn, the boy's mother, he sees a reflection of his own image. This is the story of two people who are gripped by their past, engulfed in self-pity, and driven to despair and violence.

Source: Library and Archives Canada - Canadian Feature Film Database (LAC)

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