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TEDennis Member Level  Thursday, 04/12/01 04:52:54 PM
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This was, by far, the best movie previewed at the film festival. Kinda' reminded me of some activities on one of them thar Raging Bull threads. Lots of subplots, and NOBODY knows what's really going on.

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The Divine Ryans Canada, 106 minutes
Arizona Premiere

What do you get when you mix hockey and religion? This quirky and touching film, based on the novel by Wayne Johnston. When nine-year-old Draper Doyle Ryan’s (played by amazing first-time actor Jordan Harvey) father suddenly passes away, he finds himself heir to more than just the family name. Harangued by peculiar relatives who think they know best and troubled with nightmares and memory loss, Draper Doyle is left with one touchstone: his Uncle Reg (the dapper and delightful Pete Postlethwaite). Wrestling his way through life and with guidance from "Old Methuselah," young Draper Doyle learns to take his first steps as a man.

Director: Stephen Reynolds
Producer: Christopher Zimmer
Screenwriter: Wayne Johnston
Cinematographer: Alwyn Kumst
Principle cast: Pete Postlethwaite, Robert Joy, Jordan Harvey, Wendel Meldrum

Print Source: imX Communications Inc, Christopher Zimmer, 1190 Barrington Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada B3H 2R4, Tel: 902-422-4000, Fax: 902-422-4427

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