Toronto International
Film Festival 2012


A Film by Jason Buxton

2012 - Canada - Drama - DCP - 1.85 - 103 min.

with Connor Jessup , Alexia Fast , Mike Buie & Alex Ozerov

Language: English
Produced by Marc Almon , David Miller & Jason Buxton

A rebellious teenager, falsely accused of planning a school massacre, must survive a harrowing conflict
with a prison gang leader while he attempts to prove his innocence to the community and those close to

Toronto International
Film Festival 2012

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Un Lac

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2008 - France - Drama - 1.85 DCP - 90 min.

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Becoming Traviata

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2012 - France - Documentary - DCP - 1.85 - 113 min.

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